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Dodo Heroes

Inspiring stories of animals from across the world, who are in dire need of help, and the courageous men and women who go to unimaginable lengths to help them.


My Big Fat Pet Makeover

The U.S. pet overweight and obesity rate for dogs and cats is more than 50%. In Animal Planet's new series My Big Fat Pet Makeover, pet expert and trainer Travis Brorsen begins a four-month long weight-loss and behavior modification journey with pet owners and their overweight animals with the aim of helping each pet live a healthier and happier life. Each story ends with Brorsen returning for a final weigh-in to see just how far the pets and pet owners have come.


Insane Pools: Deeper Dive
Animal Planet,

2015

| Reality
Rating: 5/5

This is a series that airs Extended Enhanced Episodes with extra information and unseen footage from the show "Insane Pools: Off the Deep End" that also airs on Animal Planet.


The Guardians

What happens when animals are in distress and can't advocate for themselves? Guardians of Rescue step in. In this all-new series, Animal Planet introduces this volunteer-run organization called Guardians of Rescue and follows its quest to help any animal in need - anywhere, anytime. The Guardians features Guardians of Rescue founder and President Rob Misseri and his dynamic team: Dori, Moose, Brian, Face, Marceline, Miss Elle, Amanda and Bill. Though they may be an eclectic team - ex-military personnel, retired police detectives, former FBI investigators, carpenters, electricians and even former convicts and gang members - they unite in their passion and dedication for animal advocacy. With this group, first impressions are not always what they seem. When an animal is in need, their tough facade washes away and clients see their true love and compassion come forth.


Tanked: Celebrity Scoop

This is a series that airs Extended Enhanced Episodes with extra information and unseen footage from the show "Tanked" that also airs on Animal Planet.


Animal Cops: Phoenix

Deep in the Sonoran desert, in the Valley of the Sun, lies Phoenix, Ariz. It's a city of newcomers, growing rapidly over the past decade to become America's fifth-largest city, yet it still has a pioneering spirit about it. And with the people of Phoenix come their animals. Protecting their interests is the job of the Arizona Humane Society.The AHS's mission is to rescue sick, injured and abused animals. The 18-strong field operations team covers an area of 11,000 square miles. Their specialty is emergency rescue and they are all fully trained to give medical treatment out in the field. They save precious time by administering immediate care for the injured animals before driving them to the AHS hospital, which is often a lifesaver. All of the team members are also trained to carry out investigations, to prevent animal cruelty and neglect, and to bring to justice those who perpetrate the crimes. Four specialist investigators work closely with the Phoenix police department on the more serious cases.Animal Cops: Phoenix follows the work of the AHS investigators and emergency animal medical technicians. The field team is backed up by a fully staffed and equipped hospital, and an adoptions team dedicated to providing the rescued animals' stories with the happy endings everyone is striving for.


Yankee Jungle

Docu-series on Animal Planet featuring Bob & Julie Miner of D.E.W. Animal Kingdom


Vet Gone Wild

Australian vet Dr. Chris Brown goes on an adventure around the world and helps save and treat animals in need of medical attention.


Project Grizzly

Veteran bear trainer Jeff Watson takes on perhaps his toughest task in more than 25 years of rescuing and raising the majestic animals. His goal - to reverse the cycle of man's ownership over animals - involves 700-pound grizzlies Bob and Screech, whom he has raised since they were six weeks old. Now, after three years, Jeff believes their destiny is to live in the wild, and "Project Grizzly" tracks the trainer's emotional struggle to undo all he has taught the bears in captivity. At a remote Indiana location, Bob and Screech must learn how to hunt, fish and hibernate, and ultimately break their dependence on a human. Unforeseen hurdles lead to some doubt, but Jeff is determined to complete this incredible, dangerous challenge.


Dogs 101/Cats 101

Did you know that Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel with a Pomeranian by his side or that an Old English sheepdog inspired at least three Beatles songs? Or that the American Curl is one of the only cats known to have curly hair and that the record-setting age for a cat is 27? Viewers will meet and explore a new season of breeds from the Afghan dog to the Singapura cat in a fresh season of "DOGS 101 and CATS 101" as part of Animal Planet's all new slate of pet programming on Saturdays this fall. Dog and cat lovers alike will learn the quirky traits and amazingly unique facts, in addition to all the information every pet parent should know, for the well-known and more exotic breeds.