In case you can not distinguish the title, dogs are a crucial part of the new film Dog Days . The film weaves five different stories set in Los Angeles, and one fundamental thing that everyone has in common is a special four-legged friend. This obviously made it very important for the production to find the best of the best when it came to animal talent – and director Ken Marino recently told me that they were so important that they came on board before any of the human stars:  Dog Days held his internal press conference last week in Los Angeles, and it was during my meeting with Ken Marino that I learned the unique casting strategy that the romantic comedy collected for his ensemble . Evidently the film found it necessary not only to prioritize dogs before entering humans, but they also had a major impact on the script ̵
You can watch Ken Marino talking about the process of throwing the dogs of Dog Days by clicking on the video play below:
In addition to his collection of canine actors, Dog Days recites with Nina Dobrev, Tone Bell, Adam Pally, Vanessa Hudgens, Jon Bass, Ron Cephas Jones, Finn Wolfhard, Eva Longoria, Rob Corddry, Tig Notaro and more, and arrives in theaters this weekend.