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Spoiled Rotten Pets DVD-R

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Nat Geo WILD spotlights some of the most outrageous and hilarious examples of pets that are completely and utterly spoiled rotten by owners who know it and own it, hosted by Beth Stern.


Episodes included are: Princess & the Pig, Ferrets & Tiaras, Reigning Rats and Dogs, Bark Mitzvah, Lucky Ducks and Barking Bride.


Not available for shipment outside the U.S.


  • 1 disc; 270 minutes
  • Widescreen
  • © 2013

  • Princess & the Pig
  • Ferrets & Tiaras
  • Reigning Rats and Dogs
  • Bark Mitzvah
  • Lucky Ducks
  • Barking Bride

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MAKES LEARNING FUN

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        A really fun DVD. Cats and dogs are in some of the episodes as well as some extraordinary pets you don't hear about every day such as rats, pigs, turtles etc. Interesting to see the owners interaction with their precious pets. Great for children to learn about new animals from the people who love them point of views.

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