The series comes from prolific doc producer Glen Zipper and the versatile Amy Berg, whose previous work has included directing the Oscar-winning doc "Deliver Us from Evil" and serving on the writing staff for the excellent Starz drama "Counterpart".
Other episodes of the docu-series will centre on an Italian fisherman whose dog is a partner in the business, dog groomers taking part in competitions and animal shelter workers in the Costa Rican rainforest.
Family mourns loss of three siblings killed at bus stop
This undated family photo provided by Elgin Ingle shows Alivia Stahl, center, and her twin brothers, Xzavier and Mason Ingle. The school bus is pictured at the scene of the crash on Tuesday. "All the prayers we can get, that's all you can ask for".
Each ep was directed by some pretty well-decorated folks, including Academy Award-nominated Amy Berg, Academy Award-winner Roger Ross Williams, Academy Award-nominated Heidi Ewing, Emmy Award-winner Richard Hankin and Academy Award-winners TJ Martin and Daniel Lindsay.
November 16th will see the release of this new series which tells six stories of unconditional love between humans and their best friends: Dogs. "All kinds of dogs, from all over the world", the GQ piece notes. The Kid with a Dog segment shows how dogs help children with disabilities.
"I can't imagine my life without dogs". From a Syrian refugee hoping to reunite with his dog to a child suffering from seizures who is given a four-legged friend to help her, Dogs will certainly tug at your heartstrings. There are more dogs in NY than there are people in the city of Cleveland according to producers, as Berg follows each step of this adoption process through the charity Hearts and Bones as they go on a rescue mission to help dogs from a kill shelter in the south.