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Finding a Forever Home: True Tales from Channel 4's The Dog House

Channel 4's The Dog House

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Dogs as pets

Heartwarming tales of homeless dogs who are matched with new owners, based on much-loved Channel 4 series 'The Dog House'.

'The TV series of the decade stars a bunch of rescue dogs' Caitlin Moran

'Channel 4 series The Dog House has captured hearts across the nation. Now, a touching book Finding a Forever Home goes behind the scenes to meet incredible rescuers and their equally incredible four-legged friends' Daily Express

'It "mutt" be love! Adopting a rescue pup is life-changing, as a book about hit show The Dog House proves' The People

Sometimes it's love at first sight. Sometimes it takes a while. But the staff at Woodgreen are always there to look after their canine guests until they find the right permanent home. From big to small and pedigree to the scruffiest pooch, no effort is spared to find each and every one a new family who will give them the love they deserve.

Rehoming a dog is a big commitment, but also a privilege and a huge joy when the right match is made. Finding a Forever Home introduces Rocky, a gentle giant of a Newfoundland who helped a young boy recover his appetite for food and for life; feisty wee Westie Norman who made a bereaved mother and her autistic son a complete family again, and Pebbles who helped former Paralympian David - on a downward spiral after appendicitis forced him to pull out of the 2012 London Games - and enabled him to calm down, lighten up and to finally find joy in life with his new canine friend. These are just some of the heart-warming and inspiring stories of once-lost dogs, their new families and their journeys beyond The Dog House.

Praise for The Dog House series 2:

'This was a charming series when it first appeared a couple of years ago, and it has only grown more lovely' Guardian

'An hour spent watching families meet their new pets cannot fail to lift the mood.' Daily Mail

'The most heartwarming show on TV' Daily Telegraph

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