Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The direct-to-DVD romantic comedy Dog Gone Love is the tale of two dog lovers, bookish author Steven (Alexander Chaplin) and assistant veterinarian Rebecca (Lindsay Sloane). Upon meeting Steven, Rebecca makes the assumption that he is gay. Steven allows her to go on believing this so that he can use her expertise in all things canine to research his latest novel -- and besides, he thinks she's cute. Originally rated R, Dog Gone Love was whittled down to a safe PG-13 when the film made its cable-TV debut over the Lifetime network on July 29, 2005.
deception, homosexual, misunderstanding, veterinarian, writer