Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs

Our award-winning primetime ITV show ‘Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs’, following Paul as he meets some of the dogs in our care.

Filmed across our three centres in London, Old Windsor, and Brands Hatch, animal lover extraordinaire and Battersea Ambassador Paul O’Grady is back for a brand new eight-part series of ‘For the Love of Dogs’. Over the course of the series, Paul will be meeting some of the many Battersea dogs looking for help, love and new homes.

Series 8 of the BAFTA-nominated programme will be filled with laughter and tears as Paul helps #POGDOGS big and small along their journey to finding their new families. And of course, Paul will be meeting with our very own Vet Shaun and Canine Behaviour Trainer Ali along the way.

Series Eight

Episode 1 – Wednesday, 23 October, 8pm, ITV

Paul's back at Battersea, and he's got his hands full already! In episode one, you'll meet seven adorable staffy puppies and older dog, Sunny, who's been missing for 13 years.

Episode 2 – Wednesday, 30 October, 8pm, ITV

This week on Paul O'Grady: For The Love of Dogs, we meet Macy and Peaches - a dynamic duo with hopes of becoming sniffer dogs.

Episode 3 – Wednesday, 6 November, 8pm, ITV

In this week's episode, Paul meets bouncy Blondie. Being just a pup, she's in need spot of training to help her to keep her bundles of energy under control.

Episode 4 – Wednesday, 13 November, 8pm, ITV

This week, Paul meets a hyperactive Pug puppy named Pancake who's not letting his buster collar slow him down!

Episode 5 – Wednesday, 20 November, 8pm, ITV

In this week's episode Paul is shining a light on Battersea's Greyhounds, who often end up staying with us for longer than other breeds.

Episode 6 – Wednesday, 27 November, 8pm, ITV

This week, Paul meets Splash, an unlucky pup who found himself stranded in the Thames before being rescued and brought into Battersea.

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