Both series premiere on July 7. Dogs: Season 2 will feature four dogs and their owners.
“As we begin to emerge from such difficult times, it seems fitting to celebrate the animal companions that helped guide us through it all. So, regardless of whether you’re a dog or a cat person, I think we can all agree on one thing: we’re ready to enjoy these joyful, inspiring new stories with our furry best friends right by our sides,” Dogs’ creator Glen Zipper said in a statement.
“It’s an honor to have the opportunity to create a joyful and uplifting show, especially during challenging times. Dogs is just complete goodness, and this series has been a highlight of my career,” Dogs‘ executive producer Amy Berg added.
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