In anticipation of the holiday season, a couple from Los Angeles (Dmitry and Erica) decided to help provide local homeless dogs with a long awaited happy ending.
Self-proclaimed movie geeks, they combined their two great loves- film and doggies with adorable results. With expressive portraits taken by Emily Reiter of Anna Delores Photography ( and design by Izzie Mattox (, the following movie posters were created to raise the visibility of rescues from high-kill shelters that are available for adoption.
 1. Billy Bob- Boxer Puppy

Learn more about Billy Bob (as seen in “Superdog”) here:

2. Electra- 2 year old Labrador Retriever/Pit Bull Mix

Learn more about Electra (as seen in “King Kong”) here:

3. Norman- 1 year old Labrador Retriever/Pit Bull Mix

Contact Bark n’ Bitches (323–655–0155) directly to learn more about Norman (as seen in “Hairy Pawter”).

4. Hobbit- 2 year old Yorkie

Good news: Hobbit (as seen in “Jurassic Bark”) has been adopted!

5. Aggie- 3/4 year old Maltese

Tequila- 2 year old American Staffordshire Mix

Learn more about Aggie (as seen in “Santa Claws”) here ( as her Reindeer friend (Tequila) just found a new home!

6. Willow- 3 year old Weimaraner

Learn more about Willow (as seen in “The Bark Knight”) here:

7. Zoila- 2 year old Shar Pei

Good News: Zoila (as seen in “Indiana Bones”) has been adopted!

8. Mac- 2 year old Boxer

Learn more about Max (as seen in “The Dogfather”) here:

9. Bon Jovi- 2 year old Golden Doodle

Good News: Bon Jovi (as seen as Yoda in “Star Paws”) has been adopted!

10. Manfred- Terrier Mix Puppy

Learn more about Manfred (as seen as Princess Leia in “Star Paws”) here:

11. Bolero- Scottish Terrier Puppy

Learn more about Bolero (as seen as Chewbacca in “Star Paws”) here:

Let’s make this new year a joyful one for these doggies still available for adoption and others searching for their forever homes by visiting your local animal shelter.

Highlights from the dog photoshoot can be enjoyed below!

Special Credits:

Emily Reiter ( for taking such beautiful and expressive photos.

Izzie Mattox ( for incredible art direction and design of the movie posters.

Bark n’ Bitches (!adoptable-dogs/cjg9) for doing such an important and life-saving service for dogs in need of some much deserved love and care.

This project was created by Erica Solomon and Dmitriy Katsel (

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