They tell a story. Over the years I have given them so many odd and unreasonable request, and without fail, they exceed my unreasonable expectations.
But most importantly, the Lucky Dog team makes work fun, because they always approach my projects as creative collaborators. Martin Wilford Red Deluxe.
Scott, I just wanted you to know how I appreciate your expertise in clarifying vague client directions into actionable acting intent. Sometimes clients have a hard time articulating what they want to hear clearly. Airport speakers, crushing deadlines, technology mishaps, you cut through it all and make everything work.
Many thanks. You say it in your advertising and I heard it yesterday—you really do collaborate with your client in getting the desired product. I was very impressed with your performance and am very proud of how you have developed your craft over the years. Thanks for your help in the session today. You are SO good at what you do and I feel you know what I want out of the performances. Appreciate you dudes! Studio Tour Check out our digs! Photo Gallery.
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Meth Sucks TV. Looking for podcasts? Tough Enough One of the tougher projects we worked on over the winter was this Valent radio campaign. Generation Renaissance Robot House Creative has once again brought the goods or maybe I should say seasonal goodies with this new radio spot for the holiday season. The Followers We knew this spot was going to be special the moment we opened up the mic with our voice talent Dave.
Metronomic This recent Soybean radio spot for Valent gave us the chance to build some tension with a metronome.
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Our Team Three's company. Scott Minor. Emily Wold. She also rides a motorcycle. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer educator for either of these organizations, we will train you and supply you with everything you need. If your organization is interested in adopting the Lucky Dog HE curriculum, please contact us so we can support you and get you started. I was this momma dog once!! Once upon a time there were 3 little puppies, born to a momma dog that was used by her family to make money. Because of the poor conditions she was living in, only 3 of her puppies survived.
One by one the puppies were sold to new families of their own.
At least the families were nice and loved the new puppies so much. Momma dog slept well thinking that her puppies found their loving forever home, or so she thought…. The first little puppy was purchased by a family with 3 little children.
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The children were all so excited to bring their puppy home to play. And play they did. They played tug o war, they threw shoes for the puppy to fetch, and they chased through the house and jumped together on the furniture.
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The puppy grew up with no boundaries or rules. The Hansens have some hearing impairments so the canine was trained to alert them if the doorbell or phone rings. The couple also enjoys boating, so Lizzie was taken on a boat to become accustomed to that lifestyle.
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Production crews came to Naples a few weeks ago to get additional footage of Lizzie in her new home. More: Biologists, officers, firefighters team up to rescue manatee from shallow south Fort Myers ditch. More: Ready for love: Naples service dogs go home to veterans. We get on the golf cart.
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I have a foot extension leash and she runs alongside the golf cart. She does her doggie things. Then she has her breakfast and then lies down and goes to sleep.