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Dog's Best Friend

Genre: Lifestyle

Explore life-changing stories of five families through the eyes of their dogs, as they navigate their changing family lives. From newborns to senior years, and from elite competition to adoptive families, a cancer recovery, and life in a retirement home, these dogs form extraordinary bonds with their human companions.


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Episodes

Episode 1

Teagen the Great Dane comforted her family, Carolyn and Kevin, as they struggled to start a family. After 6 years with no success, a newborn suddenly arrives in their lives and changes everything. Watch as Hunter becomes the centre of family life, and Teagan enters her senior years.

Episode 2

Ramsey, an athletic 3-year-old German Shorthaired Pointer, likes nothing better than diving, swimming, pulling and agility training. Fortunately his humans, Lindsy and Michael, are happy to run, swim and train right along side him. Ramsey fulfils Lindsy's childhood dream of becoming an animal trainer, while offering Michael unquestioning companionship.

Episode 3

Weechee, a wiry-haired rescue dog, works alongside Josh in his psychotherapy practice, but Weechee's most important work is at home where he's best friend to Josh Jr. and Mike - adopted sons of Josh and husband Nick. Both boys are on the autism spectrum.

Episode 4

Just a few weeks after French Bulldog, Roxy arrived in her new home, 11-year-old Abby was diagnosed with a life-threatening form of leukemia. Through months of treatment and recovery, Roxy shares her love and companionship with the whole family.

Episode 5

Bullmastiff Buttercup first arrived at Country Meadows at 8-weeks-old in the arms of retirement home manager, Sal. Since then she has bonded with residents, bringing a sense of home and spreading her doggie joy as she makes her rounds of residents' rooms and common areas.

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