Next Episode of The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies is
Season 5 / Episode 1 and airs on 27 June 2017 20:00
With nearly a quarter of British households owning a dog, they are the nation's favourite pet - but this isn't always reflected in the way some are treated. Here we follow the RSPCA officers who, committed to the rescue and welfare of man's best friend, are tasked with investigating reports of cruelty and neglect.
Documentary series following the work of RSPCA officers. Inspector Herchy Boal teams up with the police to attend a property near Birmingham suspected of puppy farming. Tragically for one puppy it was already too late, but she manages to rescue another 37 including eight expectant mothers.
Documentary series following the work of RSPCA officers. In Birkenhead, inspector Anthony is called to a property where Teddy, a terrified terrier cross has a flea infestation so bad that he's missing half his fur. Inspector Herchy is called out to a property in Birmingham where she discovers Molly, another terrier cross, with a skin condition so painful that she has scratched herself raw.
Documentary series following the work of RSPCA officers. Lucy the Staffie cross has been kept inside a dark house for so long that it has affected her eyes and she is extremely overweight. Meanwhile, Eddie the Yorkshire terrier has heavily matted fur and gets a much needed haircut.
Documentary series following the work of RSPCA officers. In Hull, inspector Claire Little rescues two flea-infested bull terriers named Roxy and Madison that are missing half of their fur, and inspector Anthony and vet Serena help a dog whose toe may be cancerous.
Elderly collie cross Timmy is discovered surrounded by his own mess, and with a huge and painful tumour on his face. Stroppy shih-tzu Archie's fur has become so matted that he can barely see or hear. French bulldog puppies Yoda and Mogwai are really lacking confidence, but what will the future hold for these two ugly puplings?
Alan Davies(Alan Davies)
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