Next Episode of Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs is
Presenter and comedian Paul O'Grady loves dogs and joins the team to help out at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
In episode five Paul meets a mail order poodle bred to be the size of a teacup, a two-year-old Dogue de Bordeaux who it appears has been living in a cage and a high-energy Staffie who keeps being returned. Next, Paul meets Charlie the miniature teacup poodle who weighs the same as a kitten. Charlie was bought online and shipped to the UK for training but she hurt herself and was taken to Battersea. Finally, Paul meets Maggie, a Dogue de Bordeaux who is only two-years-old but has already given birth to at least two litters of puppies.
This week, Paul O'Grady helps to train a pomeranian puppy called Stormy who has landed in Battersea at only 9 weeks old, which is a crucial stage in a dog's development. He also meets a french bulldog called Spudnik who desperately needs surgery to open his airways but he refuses to go under anaesthetic. Paul and the team need to get him used to being handled so he can have his operation and get a new home.
Paul O'Grady meets a 10-week-old gender-neutral collie who's been rejected by their mother. He also helps to find a home for a mongrel called Hope who's been at Battersea for over 300 days and is struggling to catch the eye of a new owner. Plus, Paul's got his work cut out when a family of nine whippets arrive on site, including some three-week-old puppies in need of some O'Grady cuddles.
Paul O'Grady helps rehabilitate a mastiff cross called Maisie who's had surgery on her elbow. He pulls out all the stops, from taking her for hydrotherapy to finding her a boyfriend to encourage her to go on walks. He also needs to cheer up a heartbroken staffie who is struggling with life in the kennels having been dumped at the Battersea gates. There's also a huge arrival of 19 dogs who turn up, unexpectedly, needing temporary accommodation who Paul needs to help settle in.
Paul O'Grady(Paul O'Grady)
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