Virtual Showings through May 5th through The Neon.

Our sincere gratitude to Jonathan and The Neon for their generosity in donating
a portion of all virtual ticket sales to Ellie’s Rainy Day Fund!

You will have 72 hours from the time of purchase to watch the film. 

Just as holistic medicine has been a lifesaver for many people, so it is for many pets! Did you ever wonder how it got started with veterinarians? These touching stories are for ALL animal lovers!

…All dog parents MUST SEE this film! If you are an animal lover of any kind…this documentary might just change your life—and the lives of your furry loved ones—for the better.


The best dog movies are sentimental dramas. But in this case, Marty shows that a documentary can be as charming, enlightening, even sentimental, as the best of narratives.

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Ellie's Rainy Day Fund

Far too often, families are forced to surrender or euthanize their beloved fur kids because they cannot afford the cost of unforeseen emergency or specialty medical treatment. This is increasingly the case with the impact of COVID-19, just when seniors, folks struggling with serious illnesses, and families of children with disabilities need their animal companions the most!  Ellie’s Rainy Day Fund responds to requests from local veterinarians to keep families together by saving their pets’ lives.

The Neon, downtown Dayton's home for cinematic art, showcases the best in foreign and independent cinema through film festivals, local premieres, and numerous special events.

The non-profit, independent movie theater has been a staple in the local cinema community for more than 30 years.

Visit their website for more information or to purchase tickets for upcoming movies and events.

The Neon is located at 130 East Fifth Street in Dayton.
Office: (937) 222-8452
Showtimes: (937) 222-7469 (SHOW)