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  • Save Our Shelter


    SAVE our SHELTER is an unscripted television show on The CW. The show was created by Rocky Kanaka, a humanitarian entrepreneur, actor and founder of DOG for DOG and The Dog Bakery. The show follows host Rocky Kanaka and a team of experts as they assist animal shelters and rescue facilities across the United States of America and Canada. Each show reveals an update to the facility and tells the story of a pet adoption. The show premiered on October 3, 2015 as part of One Magnificent Morning, a new, five-hour block produced by Litton Entertainment and distributed by CBS Television Distribution, that would feature live-action educational programming geared towards teenagers and their parents. The second season featured renovation expert Rob North, designer Emmanuel Belliveau, and director of Found Animals Aimee Gilbreath. Bissell Pet Foundation Cathy Bissell also appeared. (Bissell was a paid sponsor of the show.) The show also aired in Canada on Chorus owned CMT and ABC Spark.

  • List of individual dogs


    Hachikō, a notable Akita known for his exceptional loyalty This is a list of individual famous actual dogs; for famous dogs from fiction, see: List of fictional dogs

  • Pet adoption


    A mixed breed dog at an animal shelter.Pet adoption is the process of taking responsibility for a pet that a previous owner has abandoned or released to a shelter or rescue organization. Common sources for adoptable pets are animal shelters and rescue groups. Some organizations give adopters ownership of the pet, while others use a guardianship model wherein the organization retains some control over the animal's future use or care. Also available is online pet adoption. These sites have databases of pets being housed by thousands of animal shelters and rescue groups, and are searchable by the public. They include Petfinder.org and Adopt-a-Pet.com. A black cat waiting to be adopted. Because of the superstitions surrounding black cats, they are disproportionately more common in shelters than in the general population and less likely to be adopted than are cats of other colors.

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