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This is a donation-based virtual film screening experience of last summer’s fan favorite film, The Dog Doc.

Once you RSVP, you will be sent an email with a link to view the film, available until Thursday, April 2nd at 11:59 pm EST.

A Facebook Live post-film Q&A with director Cindy Meehl and film subject Dr. Marty Goldstein will be held on Thursday, April 2nd at 8:00pm EST – be sure to follow @newportFILM for updates and to tune-in! 



A founding father of integrative veterinary medicine, Dr. Marty Goldstein and his colleagues in South Salem, NY have created a mecca for holistic care, offering hope to scores of previously hopeless animals (and their owners). Combining conventional medical training with cutting edge alternative therapies, Dr. Marty’s deeply empathetic philosophy offers a vital example of how improving overall health rather than merely treating disease is transformative for all living things.

As Goldstein and his staff interact with animals, the stakes are high and it is often touch and go as we watch the owners, some who have traveled great distances, struggle with the reality of whether or not their pets will live to see another day.

The Dog Doc poses a serious question about whether we are over medicating our pets, our children, and ourselves, while offering an immersive view into a seldom seen world to paint a complete picture of the dedication and joy of being a veterinarian.

8:00 PM: Facebook Live Q&A with director Cindy Meehl and film subject Dr. Marty Goldstein
Run time: 101 minutes
Director: Cindy Meehl
Producer: Alice Henty
Cast: Marty Goldstein, Randie Shane, Jacqueline Ruskin
The Dog Doc
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a thought-provoking look at what is missing from modern medicine — for animals and for people.

The New York Times

Dog Doc is a visionary approach to caring for animals and ourselves, a way of more truly sharing the planet.