This year will mark the event’s 130th anniversary – with the promise of an extra special extravaganza, you will not want to miss 2022’s competition.Crufts fans will be able to watch the event live via Channel 4 and More4.
The Dog House (Channel 4) arrives at the perfect time to capture the national obsession with canine cuteness, but also to offer wise lessons on responsible pet ownership, and to call for greater consideration of what animals need – as opposed to what works for the humans in charge of them.
Little Jasper survived after going into cardiac arrest (Picture: Channel 4)Super Vet Noel Fitzpatrick has performed a miracle in saving a dog’s life after he was on the brink.
But Channel 4 hung tough, and hung its cameras on various dogs owned by people who, by stretching the word to the very limits of its already considerable elasticity, could be described as celebrities – and then it unleashed the hounds.
Channel 4’s new show could be the perfect example of resourceful thinking – a TV programme that combines snooping around rich people’s homes and man’s best friend.Celebrity Snoop Dogs starts Friday 26 June, 8.30pm on Channel 4.
Well, we’re about to find out thanks to new Channel 4 series, Celebrity Snoop Dogs.has landed a cheeky first look at the series, which will see mystery celebrities allow cameras into their fancy homes.Celebrity Snoop Dogs starts Friday at 8.30pm on Channel 4.
Sean Doyle, Deputy Head of Features and Formats at Channel 4, said: ‘I didn’t want lockdown to stifle creative conversations and Snoop Dogs is a perfect example of a reactive and outside of the box commission.
My Gay Dog and Other Animals (Channel 4) purports to be an examination of the science behind same-sex behaviour in the animal kingdom, but it is, essentially, the kind of segment that might have sustained 10 minutes on Eurotrash, stretched out over one long, hump-filled hour.