A maverick veterinarian and his dedicated team of doctors create a mecca for pets and their owners looking for hope and a last chance for animal healing. Premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in 2019.
Discover the documentary The New York Times calls “a thought-provoking look at what is missing from modern medicine — for animals and for people.”
…a multilayered exploration of the love and devotion that animals inspire, whether the critter is your companion or your patient. Contained within the stories in Dog Doc is a visionary approach to caring for animals and ourselves, a way of more truly sharing the planet.” – The Hollywood Reporter, by Sheri Linden, May 7, 2019
All dog parents MUST SEE this film!” “If you are an animal lover of any kind, I strongly recommend checking it out. This documentary might just change your life–and the lives of your furry loved ones–for the better.” “I learned so much watching this film, and I definitely walked away from it as a better pet parent.” – Dogtime, Interview with Cindy Meehl and Dr. Marty Goldstein, by Julia Higgens, May 7, 2019
The best dog movies are sentimental dramas, with “Lassie Come Home” as my personal favorite. But in this case, Marty shows that a documentary can be as charming, enlightening, even sentimental, as the best of the narratives.” – Shock Ya! By Harvey Karten, April 28, 2019
…this is a marvelous film. It will fill you for hope that should your pet end up sick that there really is someone who can help them.“ “There is something about the care and love Goldstein shows his patients and their owners that is truly something special. Its magical actually as he manages to not only heal the animals but their humans as well…“ “Clearly Goldstein’s approach to health and kick starting the immune system is something we should all be exploring.” “A wonderful film that is highly recommended, even more so for animal lovers.” “One of the best films of Tribeca.” – Unseen Films – Tribeca 2019, by Steve Kopian, April 28, 2019
…the movie is a testament that dogs and other pets are treated like members of a family, who often will do what it takes to get the best help possible when their beloved pet gets sick.” – Culture Mix Online, by Carla Hay, April 28, 2019
The Dog Doc” doesn’t just tug on the heart to make its point about alternative treatment, but resonates with the mind. – The Moveable Fest, by Stephen Saito, April 30, 2019