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 one we meet a litter of Dalmatian pups, a supersized Shar Pei cross who needs to get down to the gym and a gorgeous Yorkie with a serious body odour problem.
In episode two, Paul meets a day old puppy who has been rejected by her mum, a Jack Russell who is only using three of his legs and a terrified mongrel who was left tied up outside Battersea.
This week, Paul helps out with dogs who have a variety of issues. He meets a pair of geriatric labradors who can't bare to be apart for one second, a staffy who hates being left along and a tiny puppy with an anti social behaviour problem. Can Paul and the team turn him into an upstanding canine citizen - or is he a lost cause?
This week at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Paul O'Grady helps a Staffordshire bull terrier who is four times the size she should be to lose some weight. He also meets a French bulldog who has been crippled by greedy breeders and a puggle called Bruce who is terrified of the world.
Paul O'Grady and the team use an unconventional technique to calm down an overexcited mongrel this week at Battersea. Paul also meets a young German shepherd cross with some hidden health problems and a shihtzu pug cross who needs cheering up after being brought in because his elderly owner couldn't look after him any more.
Paul meets some more weird and wonderful hounds at Battersea this week including a ginormous bull mastiff who is the king of slobber and has some very particular diva demands. He also meets a pair of chihuahua pug crosses with a strange family dynamic and a very unusual looking mongrel called Milly who's very shy. Can Paul bring her out of her shell?
This week Paul O'Grady meets dogs who need some serious TLC. There's an unusual looking staffy cross who doesn't seem to be able to catch the eye of a new owner, an English bulldog who needs airway surgery to help her breathe and the team are worried about a german shepherd who's struggling to keep her food down.
Paul O'Grady's got his work cut out this week at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home when he helps to train an overexcited beagle who might just be the world's worst sniffer dog. He also meets a toy poodle and a pug who came in to Battersea as a pair but could be better off finding new homes separately and a cockapoo who might end up at his house, whether he likes it or not!
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