Paul O'Grady returns to Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. Aged mongrel Hope causes concern.
With Bailey the ugly shih-tzu, Krystal the American bulldog, and little Pepe.
Paul does his best to help train cairn terrier Teddy, but it is tough as Teddy is blind.
Duke the dalmatian amazes Paul with his greatest trick!
Paul O'Grady helps rehabilitate a mastiff cross who's had surgery on her elbow.
Paul meets a 10-week-old gender neutral collie who's been rejected by their mother.
Paul O'Grady helps rehabilitate a mastiff cross who doesn't want to leave her kennel.
Paul O'Grady meets a two-year-old Dog de Bordeaux who was found tied up in Battersea Park.
Paul O'Grady meets Humphrey, an 11 week old Bedlington Terrier suffering from ringworm.
Paul O'Grady meets Florence, a pug-terrier cross who was badly injured in a car accident.
Paul O'Grady attempts to nurse back to health the most badly injured dog he has ever seen.
Featuring an Italian mastiff who has had her ears and tails illegally docked.
The staff try to save the sight of a Tibetan terrier.
Paul meets Baloo, a beautiful alaskan malamute with a case of the blues.
Paul falls in love with a great dane puppy who has developed elbow dysplasia.
Paul meets Peanut the Pug, a boisterous dog with a serious breathing problem.
The Queen opens the new kennels and Paul falls for a four-year-old pug with glaucoma.
A bulldog with an eye problem, a shih-tzu in need of physio, and a badly treated lurcher.
Paul helps to train an overexcited beagle who might just be the world's worst sniffer dog.
Paul O'Grady meets an English bulldog who needs airway surgery.
Paul O' Grady meets some more weird and wonderful hounds, including a huge bull mastiff.
The team use an unconventional technique to calm down an overexcited mongrel.
Paul helps a Staffordshire bull terrier to lose weight.
Paul meets a pair of old labradors, a staffy, and a tiny puppy with behaviour problems.
Paul O'Grady helps a German shepherd puppy that was rejected by her mother at birth.