Director by Katt Shea film ‘Rescued by Ruby with a sympathetic lens. Dan dreams of becoming a top-notch K-9 coach, but he stays low, falling everywhere. Then, his only chance was to convince his boss to let him take over the cruel German Shepherd named Ruby. Ruby loves chewing gum, tearing car seats, and stealing food from homes. However, Dan thinks he can discipline Ruby, and in this process, Ruby becomes the first shelter dog to find a place in the K-9 unit.
A disobedient dog and his enthusiastic trainer form a flexible duo, and a sensitive storytelling situation shows the business with an ambiance of good feeling. Based on a true story, the original Netflixfilm should be eye candy for all dog lovers. Most of the story takes place in an urban setting, while thanks to Ruby, the movie shows green parks and urban areas. Now, know about Rescued by Ruby.
Rescued by Ruby Movie Filming Locations
‘Rescued by Ruby’ has been recorded all over Canada and surrounding areas, especially British Columbia. The recording started on June 2, 2021, and will end on July 15 of the same year. British Columbia has gradually established itself as one of the busiest movie theaters in the world for a number of reasons. The province is rich in biodiversity, flora, and fauna. Climatic conditions are good for long-term operation, and production facilities include all the necessary means to improve world quality.
In addition, the tax compensation provided by the provincial government, coupled with a fair exchange rate, brings value to the people. David Bercovici-Artieda, a dog lover himself and director of the ‘Boulevard,’ served as a film director. On the other hand, Nick Richardson of ‘Family Pictures’ fame managed the production project alongside Gillian Van Santen, who worked as artistic director.
A team of filmmakers visited Vancouver Island and its environs, in the southwestern part of the province, to see the film. Most of the recording took place in and around Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, and finally south of Vancouver Island. The large coastal city in the Pacific was an ideal location for actors and actresses as the city is known for its parks and outdoor activities.
Actors and crew filmed a series of locations at Elk / Beaver Lake Regional Park, a 1,072-hectare park located in the Saanich area, about two miles [3 km] north of Victoria. In its golden age, the park was popularly known as the “Victoria Water Stadium.” “Rescued by Ruby.”