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And you won't see anything much more evil than what was documented in this film. Whenever I encounter our capacity for evil vs creation, it horrifies me, but sometimes out of that evil you see some grace. In this case, it was the unimaginable difficult work of a young boy named "Pete," who went undercover to expose the practices of a Class B Dog Dealer. How he did what he did - being an animal lover in a hell on world - is a mystery of grace to me, and an example of one of those rare times when the ends really do justify the means. And the work of "Pete" and the another filmmakers is among the greatest documentary work I have seen.Be warned: This movie is not for the faint of heart. The filmmakers do test to break up the difficult items with more informative bits, but there is difficult stuff, and some of it sneaks up on you unexpectedly. (One stage will be burned in my memory forever.) Nevertheless, it ranks right up there with HBO's perfect but hard series on the global AIDs crisis. If you really, really love animals, you need to watch this movie - and sit through all of it - because we all have to understand the practices of Class B Dog Dealers.As an animal activist, I've followed the work of groups such as *Last Possibility for Animals*, for whom "Pete" worked, and it is thanks to them that more animal lovers and pet owners are starting to understand the dangers of these dealers and the fact that their beloved pet and family member can be kidnapped right out of their neighborhood - right out of their yard - as described for us in feature by a seller in the film. To watch loving creatures, so many of whom are clearly family pets, housed in the conditions "Pete" documented is beyond comprehension, except you know that this is the purgatory before the hell they endure when they are shipped off to labs.There is a payoff, but it makes this no less a cautionary tale. The movie doesn't stop the practice across the country, nor does it stop the labs that seem to think that they gotta have beagles for their research. (Yes, that's right, "Snoopy" is often the research dog of choice.) But you'll come away knowing that justice can occur in bits and pieces and you will be much more educated on the issue. Greatest of all, you will have enormous respect for folks like "Pete" and the another animal activists you meet in the film. It's an necessary counterweight to the propaganda we hear from corporations that activists are violent troublemakers.The only violence in this movie occurred in a Class B dog warehouse perpetrated by humans housing dogs in horrible inhumane conditions.
I Viewed the documentary 'Dealing Dogs' just this morning and was outraged& sickened by what I saw. The inhumane treatment and demise of these terrible monsters was sheer terror. I too am a dog lover. Actually, I love all animals. I understand some animals are terrible but no animal deserves this type of treatment. I am so glad these folks were caught and punished. Thanks so much to the young boy who was brave enough to go undercover and expose this kennel. God bless you sir. I realize there are many more idiots out there doing the same thing. I trust these folks could meet a related treatment/demise as they inflict upon these animals. I'm sure there are cat dealers out there too. If the judicial system sent out the message that this was unacceptable behavior, it may eventually cease to exist. But, a slap on the hand, a fine and minuscule jail-time will not fix this problem. These folks need to be rehabilitated...mentally.
The reason I gave this film 5 stars is because I love the fact that it's bringing awareness to how poorly these dogs are being treated. Aside from the occasional sad stories you hear about on the news. This film shows just how terrible things like this really are. The reason that I didn't give this film a full 10 stars is because it sickened me to see this terrible helpless innocent dogs that didn't do anything wrong to anyone receive tortured. The only reason I didn't turn the film off was because once I saw one dog being mistreated I couldn't wait to see these bastards receive theirs.I've seen many stories about dogs being killed horribly on the news, but I had no concept how terrible it was until after I watched this movie. It opened my eyes in so many ways. After watching it, all I should think about was how terrible I, myself wanted to place a stop to these type of abuse and I knew from that mission on that when I'm older (I'm only 15) that I would do anything in power to bring these sick freaks to justice.This film made me cry like no another film has ever will ever. This film made me angry than anything I have ever seen. If you are a dog lover this film is for you and after you watch it you'll probably be wanting to do everything in your power to stop it just like me. But if just the concept of a terrible doggy being tortured and killed for no reason makes you sick than this film just isn't for you. My thanks to the activists in this film and all the folks that made it possible for putting this sicko in jail bringing his zone down and for giving folks like me just the awareness we need.
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