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Lucky Dog

Lucky Dog

Spring 2014 Television
Ages: 13 - 16 yrs.
Rating: TV G
Review:

Brandon MacMillan saves lonely, unwanted dogs. He has devoted his life to helping stray and homeless canines find a purpose and a family that will love them. In one episode, he works with Luke, a dog found roaming the streets of Los Angeles. Luke is very shy, but Brandon thinks he'll be a good fit for a family that is hoping to adopt a dog.

We watch as Brandon works with love and kindness to train Luke, and to make sure the family is ready for a dog. He offers the audience tips along the way, about training and being ready for pet adoption. All in all, this is a nice show with a heartwarming theme, that also shows practical ways to respond to the tug on one's heart strings when one sees a sad and homeless animal.

Ann Oldenburg   ©2014 Parents' Choice
Ann Oldenburg, lecturer and interim director of the journalism program at Georgetown University, writes about television, food, workplace issues and other pop culture topics. A University of Florida Gator with a degree in journalism, she began her career at The Washington Post and spent more than two decades with USA TODAY. She and her husband have three sons and live in McLean, Virginia.

Look for this product at:
Litton Entertainment
http://www.litton.tv

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