“We Don’t Find The Dogs We Want;
The Dogs We Need Find Us.”
About “Once In A Lifetime”
“Once In A Lifetime” is a documentary series chronicling the special relationship between a dog and his human, told through the lens of the ongoing, controversial pit bull dog debate.
Dogs are widely considered (hu)man’s best friend. Through history they have served a number of purposes – assisting us in both working roles (farming, hunting, etc.) as well as for companionship.
But, since the 1980s, one breed or type of dog has been singled-out in political wars and declared a danger to the public if not regulated. They are said to be the most common dog found in dogfighting raids, and the primary villain of laws called breed specific legislation.
The dogs we are talking about are often simply referred to as – pit bulls.
How To Help
Consider contributing to this important independent documentary film that has a much larger purpose by making a financial donation.
All contributions will go directly to production expenses.
Recent Blog Entries:
Soulmates: More Than Just A Love Story
A version of the below was originally published on my personal blog – PrestonsPerch, written seven days after Preston passed…
[“Remembering Preston” promotional video for the docuseries – “Once In A Lifetime” at bottom of page] This coming March 16th…
This incentive gives you the opportunity for a photograph or short video clip to be displayed of your dog during the ending credit roll of the documentary film.
This incentive puts your name in a special section during the ending credit roll to give thanks to those who helped make this important documentary film possible.
A Story About The Politics Of Pit Bull Dogs
On July 6, 2006, three dogs – including Preston, were taken from a home in Akron, Ohio by humane investigators during a drug bust on the premise they were being used for dogfighting.
They were taken to the local humane society where they were kept as evidence for the case. Things were grim for dogs like them in those days, and especially for dogs who came with suspected dogfighting backgrounds.
Enter – Shana Klein, of Cleveland-based For the Love of Pits…
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