Once upon a time there was a Black and Tan Kelpie named Delilah. Growing up she lived at my buddy's house, where we hung out and threw parties, and she became friends with dozens of people in the community, receiving adoration from all walks of life as more than a dog, but a four-legged human and friend. The woman who primarily cared for her passed away, and she bounced around to various homes with various people she had befriended, including family members and friends who grew up with her. Circumstances grew troubling for her, and I was tasked with finding her a new home. She didn't want any other home than beside me, and we became inseparable. I took her to work when I could, and on camping trips, kayaking adventures, road trips, and even daily errands. After a few years she passed at 14 years old, this past October. It was devastating to me, and to all her friends throughout the community. When I took her in, I had never even heard of a Kelpie, as they're rare in my neck of the woods, and most books don't have so much as a footnote on the breed in the US. Well, now the whole town knows of the breed, and has nothing but fondness for it. I heard about this film and just had to watch it, so I ordered it from Amazon and watched it last night. It was a fantastic family tear jerker, that made me miss my gal Delilah even more. She was no legend like Red Dog, but the similarities made me proud to have known her. If you love four-legged companions, or just enjoy Australian films, this is a must-own. Cheap and shipped quickly, and great special features, I highly recommend this DVD.