A 2-year-old spaniel mix becomes a talented agility dog, but its high energy level may be too much for a potential adopter.
A spaniel mix must overcome a crippling fear of abandonment and respond to training before being adopted.
The most heartwarming and surprising friendships of the year.
Two dogs must learn to fly on a plane and helm a paddleboard to prepare for their new owners' active lifestyle.
A 1-year-old dog needs to have the proper temperament and social skills to become the support animal for an autistic boy.
A poodle gives emotional support to a woman experiencing severe anxiety.
A homeless dog finds a once-homeless family; Hachi needs to turn his jumping habit into a new skill.
Brandon teaches a 2-year-old golden retriever car etiquette before she is adopted by a family who want to take her on road trips.
Brandon prepares six shelter dogs for new homes while making sure the new owners are ready for the responsibilities and challenges of owning a dog.
A shy dachshund mix that was previously abused gets a new home, providing it can get along with a lab mix named Drogo.
Brandon rescues a calm schnauzer mix in hopes of placing him in a home with two autistic boys. But before Dodger gets called up to his new family, this underdog will need to prove that he's a team player.
A last minute rescue gives one senior dog the chance to live out her golden years in an exciting new role. But before Dottie can officially join Kris and his company's mascot Lucky, she'll need to embrace office etiquette and a love for travel.
When a ranch employee takes a leave of absence to recover from an ongoing medical condition, Brandon trains an Australian cattle dog named Otto to be her companion... and her lifesaver.
Being pack animals, dogs possess an instinctual need to bond… but some bonds run deeper than others. To honor "man's best friend," we look back at some of this season's most heartwarming and inspirational connections.
Let freedom ring! Brandon thinks a black German shepherd has what it takes to become a service dog. But is 1-year-old Atlas ready to shoulder the needs of a disabled veteran?