Karen Fling, DVM and owner of East Lake Veterinary Hospital in Dallas announced Squash Blossom Studios provided supplies for the wardrobe crew of the new Hulu mini-series based on Stephen King’s novel 11/22/63, which follows a high school teacher who travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The series was shot in Dallas in October and stars James Franco. All proceeds from Squash Blossom Studios projects go to benefit the orphans of East Lake Pet Orphanage (ELPO).

Squash Blossom Studios is also currently extensively involved in providing props for a new feature film shot in Dallas. This film will showcase over 118 different sets spanning time periods from the 1800s to present day. “We’ve had so much fun working with this crew, they are amazing. They’ve created the Oval Office, Air Force One, and the Senate Floor utilizing our props.” Dr. Fling said. “We are thrilled to be working with these major motion picture film crews and excited to be generating funds through work with Squash Blossom Studios to help the orphan pets of East Lake Pet Orphanage, and we’re having fun doing it.” says Fling.

About Squash Blossom Studios
The 18,000 square foot warehouse facility currently has 8,000 square feet of air conditioned, finished out space available for use. The facility includes 16’ ceilings and garage style opening doors with loading dock height bays.

Squash Blossom Studios offers some extras for clients if needed, such as an on site carpenter for help with set building, lots of props, animal talent from East Lake Pet Orphanage, and an air-conditioned pet trailer that includes a sink and pet bedding. There’s also a paint booth, makeup room, full kitchen, fenced parking, and even a basketball court for stress relief!  For information, call 214-893-6502, visit: http://www.squashblossomstudios.com

About East Lake Veterinary Hospital
East Lake Veterinary Hospital offers state-of-the-art treatment and surgical facilities, a full-service grooming area, and luxurious boarding accommodations, managed by a compassionate and caring team of nearly 70 doctors and staff–all of whom truly love animals.

Since its founding in 1993, East Lake and its vets have been recognized repeatedly as the best-of-the-best in Dallas. The practice was chosen as the "best vet for overprotective pet parents" by the Dallas Observer. The hospital itself has received the Hospital Design Award and Practice of Excellence Award given by the Veterinary Medical Publishing Group.

The Texas Veterinary Medical Association has recognized Dr. Fling both as an outstanding practitioner and for her exemplary work in community education programs related to proper animal health care. Additionally, Dr. Fling has been voted Dallas’ "best vet" on multiple occasions by D Magazine.

In addition to the hospital, East Lake also operates the East Lake Pet Orphanage, dedicated to giving deserving animals a second chance to find permanent homes. A no-kill facility, ELPO has found happy homes for thousands of pets since its founding in 2001.

To learn more about East Lake Veterinary Hospital, visit http://www.welovepets.net or call 214-342-3100.

To learn more about East Lake Pet Orphanage, visit http://www.elpo.org or call 214-349-3576.

East Lake Veterinary Hospital is located at 10101 E. Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas 75238