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 the first episode, Paul meets an abandoned street dog pup with a potentially fatal virus and an adorable golden retriever who will not stop chewing her paw. He also rolls up his sleeves like never before as he rescues a litter of puppies that were born in the grounds of the beautiful Lodhi Gardens from almost certain death.
It's Paul's second week in the heart of Delhi and he meets an abandoned young street pup called Toto, whose ears are badly infected. Toto's ears were so red raw when he arrived that the hair on them might never grow back and he is in desperate need of some TLC. Meanwhile, Friendicoes canine behaviourist Pia attempts to train a boisterous Labrador who can't currently be rehomed because of his behaviour. He was abandoned in the park behind the shelter and proves to be quite a handful. Can Paul work his magic with the naughtiest dog in Delhi?
Paul helps a traumatised dog that desperately needs to find a home, and joins Delhi's vets once more as they go out and about to treat injured street dogs. However, the pooches are not the only ones needing medical attention when the presenter falls ill
In week four of Paul O'Grady's canine Indian adventure, he helps a traumatised pup make some new friends, celebrates Diwali and gives a spa treatment to the daddy of the dogs' shelter, an 11-year-old black Labrador he wants to take home.
Also in the programme, medics rush to rescue a four-week-old street pup who may have been hit by a car. Luckily, the puppy has no broken bones but she's been left feeling very anxious and nervous. Paul names her Beauty and takes her out and about to see if she is ready to go back on the streets once she's healed.
Paul O'Grady(Paul O'Grady)
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