Paul o grady for the love of dogs christmas special

Paul O’Grady: For The Love Of Dogs returns for a Christmas special

paul o grady for the love of dogs christmas special

Paul O'Grady For The Love Of Dogs

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The Blind Date host, who is an ambassador for Battersea's special home for rescued animals, brought along a host of doggies: including Sapphire, a 5-month-old Akita puppy; Lola, an year-old Bull Mastiff; Anya, a year-old Mongrel; and Jet, an 8-month-old Spaniel. Wilma, a 4-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, also joined the trip and will be a focal point of the show, after she was found dumped in a field with two puppies and a skin condition that left the flesh red raw. Thankfully, she's now made a full recovery and is looking for a loving home along with lots of other four-legged friends. Paul's visit saw him meet Thomas Fox, 11, who has been treated for leukaemia since his diagnosis earlier this year and is set to undergo a bone marrow transplant before Christmas. The presenter said: "It was wonderful to see the children's eyes light up when we arrived with the Battersea dogs. I know how much they will be missing their own pets.

Press Centre. Mon 25 Dec The information contained herein is embargoed from press use, commercial and non-commercial reproduction and sharing into the public domain until Saturday 9 December Paul once again brings his unique blend of heartfelt warmth and humour to the waifs and strays of Battersea as he tries to give the dogs the best Christmas present possible, a new home. This mysterious tiny terrier arrived at Battersea scared and confused, in desperate need of some love and attention, which Paul is only too happy to offer! Another lost soul Paul meets is Wilma, who was found abandoned in a park and desperate for company.

Battersea shared the below snap of Paul with an adorable pooch to tease the start of the new series. Are you excited for For the Love of Dogs to be back? Let us know over on our Facebook page! The lovely Paul is grieving over the loss of his pooch after it suffered a particularly bad epileptic seizure. He shared: "Now I will tell you my lousy news.

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Over the course of the series, Paul will be meeting some of the many Battersea dogs looking for help, love and new homes., It has won numerous awards throughout its time on air.


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