Friday night’s episode of “High Maintenance” was about a lot of things—moving to New York for the first time, feeling both isolated and excited by the city, falling in love. But mostly it was about a dog.
2013 Winner Gertrude O. Lewis Humanitarian Award from the Connecticut Humane Society
2011 Tony's Honor Recipient for Excellence in Theatre
Support Rescued Animals!
Bill is currently the Behavior Consultant for the Humane Society of New York, a no-kill shelter that supports rescued animals in New York City. Click here to visit their web site.
If you would like to support the Humane Society of New York, please consider donating to The Sandy Fund. Set up to honor the memory of the rescue dog who originated the role of Sandy in the Broadway production of Annie, the fund will provide for the needs of rescued animals long into the future.
The Sandy Fund
c/o The Humane Society of New York * 306 East 59th Street * New York, NY 10022 * HumanesocietyNY.org
Of course, the best way to help a rescued animal is to adopt one today!
William Berloni Humanely Trains Animals for all Media
Winner of the American Humane Association Richard Craven Award.