Look at these dogs watching Paul O'Grady's For The Love Of Dogs

Tonight, we were back in Battersea visiting our favourite dogs’ home with friend to the four legged, Paul O’Grady.

It was a brand new series on ITV of Paul O’Grady’s For The Love Of Dogs, and everyone and their dog could not wait to get reacquainted with the pups looking for new homes.

We saw how pampered these pooches are despite the tough turn their lives have taken – one dog was enjoying some aromatherapy in his kennel, while another was being introduced to some potential new dates.

And of course one of the reasons we love POGDogs so much is for its happy endings, so it left us feeling all misty-eyed when we saw some of the residents being rehomed.

But you know who loves watching this programme the most? Other dogs.

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