– The 10-episode, half-hour series follows the lives of extraordinary rescue animals at the one-of-a-kind Dog Tales Rescue and Horse Sanctuary –
– As part of the continued partnership between Bell Media Studios and Motion Content Group, DOG TALES RESCUE renewed for a second season –
TORONTO, April 30, 2018 /CNW/ - Hot on the paws of today's National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, Gusto announces the premiere of new docu-series DOG TALES RESCUE, Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT beginning May 31.
Following the day-to-day operation of King City, Ont.'s Dog Tales Rescue and Horse Sanctuary, the 10-episode, half-hour series features sanctuary co-founders and animal lovers Danielle Eden-Scheinberg and Rob Scheinberg as they care and rehabilitate sick, elderly, and abused animals. Along with a dedicated team of 50 passionate staff, the sanctuary accepts local surrenders and works with shelters both domestically and abroad searching for animals in need of help. DOG TALES RESCUE also debuts this fall in Québec on Canal Vie.
"Dog Tales Rescue is a world-class facility and we can't wait to tell the stories of benevolent sanctuary co-founders Danielle and Rob and the remarkable animals they have rescued," said Pat DiVittorio, Vice-President, CTV and Specialty Programming, "With our continued goal to bring unique and premium programming to Gusto, this series is sure to both inspire and tug at the heartstrings of our viewers."
Furthering its commitment to delivering diverse quality lifestyle content, Bell Media Studios and partner Motion Content Group also confirm today that DOG TALES RESCUE has been renewed for a second season, joining the recently announced multi-season commitment of series WHERE TO I DO?.
Click here to view the first two episodes of DOG TALES RESCUE
For the complete press release please visit: https://bmpr.ca/2vZgPoa
For further information: Natalie Cole, Music & Lifestyle, Bell Media, 416.384.2140 or [email protected]