• Kathy Copcutt

A DOG'S WAY HOME, only in theaters!


Thank you Sony Pictures for inviting me to the pre-screening and press-junket for A DOG’S WAY HOME. A heartwarming movie that will have you hugging your four legged baby a little tighter and if you don’t have a little buddy, you’ll head straight to the dog shelter to adopt. I had the opportunity to speak to Mr. Cameron about his inspiration for A DOG’S WAY HOME. Not only was I was I lucky to meet Mr. Cameron, I also met Shelby, the star of the movie, see pic below.

Q1. Mr. Cameron, do you think that somehow the just-right dog finds us instead of the other way around?

I believe that some dogs are fated to be with some humans. When a puppy breaks from her litter and scampers across the room and into the arms of a single person, she is running to the human she will love her whole life, drawn by the invisible leash of love.

Q2. Mr. Cameron, what is A DOG’S WAY HOME about?

Bella is separated from Lucas for reasons only a human can understand, so she sets out to make things right. Her trek will take her hundreds of miles through dangerous mountain territory, and she will change the lives of many she meets along the way

Q3. Mr. Cameron, what was your inspiration in writing A DOG’S WAY HOME?

My inspiration came from the absolute dedication and devotion that dogs feel toward us, and their instinctive desire to always be with us. The bond between a dog and a person is one of the truest expressions of unconditional love, an amazing gift from God!

Q4. Mr. Cameron, do you have a dog?

My dog Tucker believes he has people, not the other way around. Our job is to provide soft pillows and delicious treats. Whenever I fail to deliver what he considers the proper amount of chicken snacks, he makes a note in my permanent record

Q 5. Mr. Cameron, what kind of research did you do about veterans, especially disabled Veterans, to make your portrayal accurate?

I was allowed to tour VA hospitals, I spoke to veterans, and I have a friend who is a paraplegic with a service dog. We are just beginning to understand how therapeutic an animal can be to those who have served their country and now may need some help.

Q 6. Mr. Cameron, why did you choose to write about a pit bull, a breed that, as your book describes, often provokes a very negative reaction?

I wanted to show the cruel injustice of laws that will put a dog to death just because it looks like it might be a pit bull. I wanted to show the consequence of these laws, and also to demonstrate that love and compassion will conquer this evil.

Q7. Mr. Cameron, do you think that somehow the just-right dog finds us instead of the other way around?

I believe that some dogs are fated to be with some humans. When a puppy breaks from her litter and scampers across the room and into the arms of a single person, she is running to the human she will love her whole life, drawn by the invisible leash of love.

Make sure to see A DOG’S WAY HOME! A movie that will entertain you, your family and it speak a powerful message. Check your local listings for times and locations. ENJOY!

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