Pit Boss: Shorty Gets Roasted
To raise money for local shelters and rescues, Shortywood puts on a roast for Shorty. Four local comedians, including Ashley, take a run at Shorty for a good cause.
Pit Boss: Most Dangerous Rescue Yet
A rescue gets dangerous when the dog starts trying to bite Shorty and the gang after they get a leash on him. Everybody (including the cameraman) get involved in this rescue.
Saved: Alan and Misty
Alan Revercomb is a Vietnam vet who suffered from PTSD. After being discharged, Alan turned to drugs and alcohol to cope, a path that landed him in jail. While in prison, Alan met Misty, a German Shepherd mix, who helped him find his calling.
Dog.Friend.Hero: Dogs Find 100s of Bodies In Ghost Town
The Bodie Foundation was having to spend a lot of time and money to image the ground of their historic park to find signs of ancient burials. Enter the Institute for Canine Forensics, a team of dogs that can find just about anything.
Small Dogs, Big Jobs: Small Dog Heals Sick Kids
Mackenzie is a registered pet therapy dog and spends his time in a hospital in New York City cheering up kids. Along with his companion Lynn, they help the hospital staff administer medicine of a different kind.
Bad Dog!: Arthur's Assault
While home from college with his beloved dog, Evan woke up to find Arthur the boxer tearing up his parent's living room. During the clean up process, Evan decided to have a little fun with his pet pooch at the expense of his parent's vacuum cleaner.
Small Dogs, Big Jobs: A Personal Training Terrier
Need a workout partner or some extra exercise motivation? Give Jack and Dawn of Leash Your Fitness a call. These human/canine personal training teams inspires dozens to get in the best shape of their lives.
Dog Park: Getting Dirty
The team starts on the park rehabilitation project by shoveling and smoothing out the gravel. Tempers between Seiko, Chris and Lucia flare while a relationship starts to blossom between Katie and Nate.
Too Cute: Chow Chow Checkup
Before the Chow Chows can take to the show ring, they have to first get a clean bill of health. While they are waiting, these two Chow Chows put on a cute display of cuddling and impatience.
Too Cute: Havenese Explore the Outdoors
Havenese pups grow to three times their birth size in the first six weeks of life. Now, they are finally big enough to explore the outdoors, and hopefully give mama a break.
Too Cute: First Ridgeback Outing
Rhodesian Ridgebacks were originally breed to hunt big game in Africa and love being outdoors. Here, a litter of pups gets to go outside for the first time.
Too Cute: Puppy Pug Playtime
It's playtime for these six-week-old pug puppies as they find their footing -- and their feistiness -- among their new toys.
Too Cute: Rottweiler Puppy Put in Timeout
After repeatedly running off, this rottie pup gets put on a leash. These pups stick together, however, and it isn't long before his brothers and sisters try to help him find a way out.
Too Cute: Aussie Pups' First Venture Outside
At 3 1/2 weeks old, these Aussie puppies get their first taste of the great outdoors. When mama ventures off, one of her pups goes on the hunt to find her, only to need rescue from one of her brothers.