SPARK Reservoir Dogs

SPARK’s Reservoir Dogs  is now complete and about to be shipped to London ready for next month’s auction in aid of the Blue Cross charity.

The terrace of detachable individual doghouses for different sized dogs set around a community drinking bowl was inspired by Quentin Tarantino’s heist movie of the same name. This “feature length” doghouse incorporates many motifs that have become Tarantino’s hallmarks: dog friendly, a little breeding, pop culture colour references, lots of naughty woofing, and the potential for fun nonlinear doggy story telling around the reservoir.

The doghouse like the movie will become regarded as a classic of independent doghouse making, a cult kennel of the future, it might even be named “Greatest Independent Doghouse of all Time” by Kennel Club magazine?

Reservoir Dogs has generally well received, by the team, the cast of resident dogs was praised by many world expert critics. We are expecting a few “best in show” WOOFTA awards from Crufts.

A soundtrack will be released featuring songs used during the making of the doghouse on Spotify, which are mostly from the 1970s. “Black Dog” by led Zeppelin, a few songs by Three Dog Night, “Mamma told me not to Woof” and Diamond Dogs by David Bowie.