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Shed your stress and relax at this new resort that caters to canines and their people. By Arden Moore

Animal trainer, William Berloni, is the 2011 Recipient of the Tony Award® Honor for Excellence in Theater. Mr. Berloni’s Broadway animal training credits include the original Sandy in Annie and countless others for stage and screen. As an author, he has written Sandy: The Autobiography of a Star published by Simon and Schuster, Doga: Yoga for Dogs by Chronicle Books and his latest book, Broadway Tails is published by Globe Pequot Press and available now in stores and online. Proceeds of that book will be donated to the Sandy Fund at the Humane Society of New York.

Mr. Berloni has received the ASPCA Humanitarian Award and the American Humane Association Craven Award for his work on Broadway. Mr. Berloni, his wife Dorothy and their daughter Jenna, live on a farm in Connecticut with twenty-two dogs, four cats, four horses, a pony, two llamas and a miniature donkey. Mr. Berloni is currently the Director of Animal Behavior for the Humane Society of New York and is involved in helping animals that need homes.

FIDO Friendly sits down with animal trainer, William Berloni.

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