A “Commit to Be Kind” event was held on March 7th in line with “Marshall the Miracle Dog’s” debut to make a statewide call to action against animal cruelty and bullying.
Film writer, producer and director Jay Kanzler wanted to tell his story. Marshall had been a rescue dog of the Humane Society after being found victim to a hoarding situation. He was named from surviving his heart stopping three times on the operating table.
“This movie is about a boy and his dog, each of whom have been bullied, find one another and kind of work through that toward a happy ending.”