For many centuries, humans and dogs have worked together to survive in Canada’s unforgiving Far North. But times have changed – and so has this ancient partnership.
Is the line between humans and dogs beginning to blur?
Fido & Wine, the world’s first cooking show dedicated to sharing ideas and recipes for meals that both people and their pets can enjoy, is returning to The Pet Network for a second season.
The Pet Network, Canada’s only television destination entirely dedicated to informative and entertaining stories about the animal companions who share our lives, will re-launch on November 12 with refreshed branding, a vibrant new on-air look and a revitalized program schedule.
It is, in the words of filmmaker Jemima Harrison, “the greatest animal welfare scandal of our time.” Two years in the making, the controversial 2008 BBC documentary Pedigree Dogs Exposed reveals that purebred dogs in the UK suffer from alarmingly high levels of disability, deformity and disease – and human beings are to blame.
Is there room in your life for 30 or 40 cats? Would you be willing to drive hundreds of miles every weekend, and spend thousands of dollars, to be part of the competitive cat show circuit? Does shampooing and blow-drying your prize Persian sound like a fulfilling activity?
The Pet Network, Canada’s only television network devoted to the world of pets, has secured distribution on Shaw Direct, significantly expanding its availability to viewers from coast to coast.
The Pet Network, the world’s only television network devoted to the world of pets, has secured a distribution agreement with Shaw Communications that will make the channel available for the first time to viewers throughout Western Canada.
Shorty Rossi was given a second chance in life. Now he’s trying to do the same for some good friends. As head of Shorty’s Rescue in Los Angeles, the ex-con turned entertainment guru is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and training the most misunderstood of canine breeds: the pit bull.
The Pet Network, the world’s only television network devoted to pets and pet culture, kicks off the 2010-2011 season on Sept. 27 with a lineup of new and returning programs that will appeal to animal lovers of all ages.
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