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Sarah’s chronic pain leads to prescription drug addiction and, later, dependence on street drugs, resulting in a series of overdoses that threaten her life. Rescuing a neglected dog named Domino becomes a catalyst for positive change in Sarah’s life as she bravely overcomes opioid addiction and now lives life in recovery.
If you’re struggling with addiction, it’s important to realize that your life matters, and you have loved ones who need you—including your companion animals! Find other people in long-term recovery and let them help. We multiply each other’s joy and divide each other’s troubles and pain. I would like to dedicate ‘Sarah & Domino’ to the memory of my best friend, Jeff Pointer.”
For those who have loved and lost a companion animal, Mutual Rescue created two Memorial Montages of photography, poetry, and music—timeless messages from the spirits of a dog and cat.
You are welcome to request Mutual Rescue films for off-line events to benefit an approved animal-welfare organization in your community.
Mutual Rescue periodically reviews story submissions for our future films, publications, website, and social-media channels. If you’ve been saved by a companion animal you rescued, we’d love to hear from you!