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The Eastwood Ranch Foundation


The Eastwood Ranch Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by actress and animal rights advocate Alison Eastwood. The foundation is dedicated to rescuing animals from high-kill shelters and providing them with medical care and safe homes. In addition to rescuing animals, the Eastwood Ranch Foundation also advocates for animal welfare through educational programs and documentaries. The foundation has helped save countless animals and has become an important voice in the animal welfare community.

Luna and Banjo (Dog)

Breed: Mixed Breed

Alison Eastwood has two rescue dogs named Luna and Banjo

Coconut (Horse)

Alison Eastwood loves horses and has a white horse named Coconut.

Concho (Horse)

Alison Eastwood used to have a horse named Concho that passed away in May 2023.

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Alison Eastwood Pets


May 22, 1972 (52)

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Alison Eastwood is a prominent American actress, director, producer, and animal rights activist. She is the daughter of Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood and her brother is actor Scott Eastwood. She is best known for her work behind the camera, having directed and produced numerous films, including the critically acclaimed “Rails & Ties”, which starred Kevin Bacon, and “Battlecreek”, which starred Bill Skarsgard. In 2019, she had a role as Client Eastwood’s daughter in “The Mule,”, which also starred Bradley Cooper, Laurence Fishburne, and Michael Peña.

Aside from her work in the entertainment industry, Eastwood is also a passionate advocate for animal rights. In 2014, she founded the Eastwood Ranch Foundation, a nonprofit organization that rescues animals from high-kill shelters and provides them with medical care and safe homes. She has also produced and directed several documentaries highlighting animal welfare issues, including “Battle for the Elephants” and “The Chainsaw Masquerade.”

Eastwood’s animal advocacy work has earned her numerous awards and recognitions, including the 2019 World Animal Day Award for her contributions to animal welfare. In addition to her animal rights work, she has also been recognized for her achievements in film, including being named Best Director at the 2018 Madrid International Film Festival for her film “The Mule.”