Millions of pets go into Rescue or Shelters every year in north America and too many still get euthanized. We celebrate many of the amazing talented Rescue Dogs we have met over the last 24 months in our new TV episode “Rescues Rock“-  The best of man’s best friends.

Here is the new TV trailer below (We would not normally run ads on a trailer, but 40% of revenue from the trailer video on YouTube will be donated to the Toronto Humane Society plus $1.00 for every new subscriber to our YouTube Channel this month up to $50 will go to Animal Aid USA with revenue from Bocker’s video)

The TV episode aims to dispel myths about Rescue and Shelter Dogs, and encourage responsible pet parenting. Many dogs are surrendered to rescues or shelters through no fault of their own. Not all Rescue Dogs are broken, they CAN generally be trained, and they have so much love to give.

Do your research, pick the breed that’s right for you. Adopt Don’t Shop! or if you decide to buy, go to a responsible breeder. Then Spay and Neuter your dogs, and train and socialize them.

Special Thanks to all the wonderful Rescue Dogs, Organizations, Crew and Pet Parents involved with the project. You all Rock! Also a special thank you to BULLWRINKLES DOG TREATS for providing delicious and healthy treats to so many rescues. They have been amazing in supporting the Rescues Rock! campaign.

Please add your dog and story in comments if we missed you this time, as we will be doing lots of video tributes and features. Check out the Rescues Rock photo gallery HERE and Blue’s heartbreaking story here below (40% of that revenue will go to Tiny Paws):

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  • Thanks so much for attending Misty May’s and Mauricio’s Birthday party today at The Cat on My Head. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  • It’s awesome that you are bringing rescue dogs to the attention of the public. I hope your TV series is a huge success.

  • Neat! I have to run but I’ll have to watch the trailer later.

  • Hooray for rescue dogs! (I subscribed to your YouTube channel!)

  • Such great work you’re doing for animals in need. The trailer looks great and I’m so glad Blue ended up in such great care. I’ll never understand just disposing of animals.. Thank you for all the work you do on behalf of our canine friends.

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      Thanks Jen but I am humbled by people like Linda and most of the others in my videos. Blue is doing so well now and Linda is such a dynamo. You should see the Wienerfest fundraisers she does. I am sitting typing with my little love bug Kilo on my lap snoring. So lucky. X Susie

  • Heartwarming and hopefully inspiring video and story that will help other pets get FUR-ever homes. Nicely done Talent Hounds.

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      Thank you. Hopefully we can make a small difference by educating, building awareness and fundraising. We have had such a pawsitive experience and been so lucky to meet and celebrate wonderful Rescues and Therapy Dogs. Your work with Harley is very inspiring too. We hope to do more around literacy and kids over the next few months as it is of special interest to me. X Susie and Kilo

  • You’ve got our subscription, vote, and enthusiastic support!!! xoxo, Miss Destiny (

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      Fabulous thank you so much Miss Destiny!!! Such a great way to spend our time and marketing $ supporting rescues and charitable efforts. Woohoo!!!

  • Thanks for featuring all the benefits of of adopting a rescue dogs. Veruca and Ava are both rescues and are the best! Please keep spreading the word of the benefits of adoption.

  • We love rescues…..especially our golden rescues!! <3

  • This is so great! Nice work.

  • I love that you are supporting rescue organizations. Where does your new TV episode “Rescues Rock: The Best of Man’s Best Friends” air? Is it available to watch in the United States and, if so, on what network and when? I never receive replies to comments that I post on people’s websites for some reason. So please reply to me via email. Thank you!

  • There have been some well-publicized stories lately from people who think of rescued dogs as “damaged.” Your show is coming along at just the right time.