The friendly faces of Best Friends Animal Sanctuary return in a third season of heart-gripping and heart-warming stories. The sanctuary, home and rehabilitation center to hundreds of dogs from all over the country, serves to heal and re-home sick and abandoned animals under a policy of kindness and compassion for all.
DogTown: Friends in Need follows the Best Friends team of experts and volunteers as they struggle to treat some of the most ill and neglected animals they’ve encountered to date, including victims of Hurricane Katrina and a special case from country legend Emmylou Harris’ Tennessee animal rescue.
Bonus Programs: Rescue Dogs; Archie & Electra's New Rub; About Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.
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Comments about DogTown: Friends in Need 3-DVD Collection:
This peaceful depiction of the everyday operation of a dog rescue center is highly enjoyable. The training and rehabilitation methods are quite different (at least on the surface) of shows such as the Dog Whisperer, but nonetheless effective. Rehabs are done more slowly and gently, which I find impressive. Dedicated staff sometimes go the extra mile to save dogs. Love this show and hope NatGeo keeps it going.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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