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 homeless dogs within our care.

Filmed across all three of our centres in London, Brands Hatch in Kent and Old Windsor in Berkshire, Paul comes to Battersea to meet the dogs looking for help, love and new homes.

With a mixture of laughter and tears, Paul helps #pogdogs big and small along their journey to finding new homes. Each series includes unforgettable moments with our very own Vet Shaun and Canine Welfare Trainer Ali.

Series Six

Episode recap

Episode 1 - Thursday, 19 October

This week, Paul meets 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 skin condition.

Episode 2 – Thursday, 26 October

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’s gates.

Episode 3 – Thursday, 2 November

Paul meets a pair of elderly labradors who can't bear to be apart, a Staffie who hates being left alone and a tiny puppy with in need of socialisation.

Episode 4 – Thursday, 9 November

This week Paul helps a chunky Staffie to lose some pounds. He also meets a French bulldog who has suffered at the hands of breeders, and a very anxious Puggle called Bruce.

Episode 5 – Thursday, 16 November

Paul joins us to help calm down an overexcited mongrel this week at Battersea. We also meet a young German Shepherd cross with some hidden health problems and a Shih Tzu Pug cross who was brought in because his elderly owner couldn’t look after him anymore.

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