It is a story about finding yourself and being true to who you are and where you come from.–The Producers’ statement

Producer Todd Lieberman: “Even though on the surface it’s dogs talking, it’s really about what’s inside— your soul. The basis of the story was really identifiable and recognizable as a human story”

Know Who You Are. Heritage and self identity are the themes in this fun and clever film. Novelist Sean Stewart once wrote, “The present is a rope stretched over the past.” And that is true. You are connected to your past. To disregard your past, your heritage, is to miss a significant understanding of who you are. Jewish people remember Passover to shape their present identity. Christians remember the Lord’s Supper. All that has gone on before you has contributed to who you are. Know the past, learn from the past, and let it enhance your present. As Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wisely wrote, “Improve the present. It is thine. Go forth to meet the shadowy future, without fear.”

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