Entrepreneur Media.PE firms that might normally have a strict lower limit for EBITDA are regularly making exceptions for pet-care industry operations, especially those that demonstrate fast growth.
The channel, which is already available in other countries, will also feature programmes for dog owners, including shows by celebrity dog trainer Laura Nativo, who will provide tips on how to live better at home with a pet, as well as programmes that provide simple recipes for dogs.
Then they could become the star of the next Channel 5 series of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly.The Channel 5 series will start filming soon (Picture: Channel 5)‘Often it’s because we don’t reward the good bits, because we get stuck in telling them off for what they do,’ he said.
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.
A soothing “how it’s made”-style series pairing jolly narration with factory footage of how our favourite foodstuffs are produced.Sport choice: Premier League football: Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur 5.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event.Premier League football: Manchester City v Liverpool 8pm, Sky Sports Main Event.
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.
However, it was also time for the working dogs ’ to shine, with a trainer revealing that one of the dogs she worked alongside actually detected her early-stage breast cancer.
YouTube personality Brooke Houts is under investigation after a video uploaded to her channel showed her smacking, shoving and yelling at her dog.“We are aware of the incident and we’re looking into the matter,” a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told TODAY.The shocking video showed Houts, who has more than 300,000 subscribers, smacking, scolding and shoving her Doberman pinscher, Sphinx.
Chris Packham and co throw down the gauntlet to ITV’s pampered pooch countdown with the first in a new run of the wildlife series, this time from a location in the Cairngorms, where they hope to capture red squirrels and crested tits.
Joe Jonas is thoroughly enjoying life with Porky and Waldo, his two Alaskan Klee Kai pups. Joe Jonas on how his pups came into his life with fiancee Sophie Turner In the ninth episode of "My Pet Tale," Jonas describes what life is like with his well-traveled dogs.
Jane Lynch didn’t expect to have an Instagram star on her hands in her rescue dog, Arbuckle. In the eighth episode of "My Pet Tale," Lynch details how her family adopted Arbuckle and created an Instagram account to document his journey through recovery and weight loss.
In the seventh episode of “My Pet Tale,” Fabito said he loves having his pups on set. You can watch Roi Fabito (aka Guava Juice) doing anything and everything on his YouTube channel! There's a new episode of "My Pet Tale" every Thursday on TODAY's YouTube channel.
When Nicole Byer decided she wanted a second dog, it was a calculated move. In the fifth episode of "My Pet Tale," the “Nailed It!” host recounts how one pooch had a “wild” encounter with some marijuana: “If you’ve never seen a dog high, it’s terrifying and very funny.”