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Greenlit: The Dog Rescuers, Channel 5

The Dog Rescuers (10 x 30′) –  Docuseries that follows the canine rescue work of the RSPCA across England and Wales.

With over 1.3 million reports of cruelty and mistreatment of animals made to the RSPCA every year, the charity is under increasing pressure to safeguard our nation’s pets from the constant threat of abusive owners and unscrupulous breeders. This series follows those inspectors and officers that deal with ensuring man’s best friend is being properly treated. Using the latest forensic technologies and good old fashioned leg work, the series follows the RSPCA inspectors as they track down and rescue some of the 150,000 animals which are abused and mistreated in the UK every year, and witnesses the struggle to rehabilitate the victimised animals and to prosecute the offenders.

With access to a selected group of the RSPCA’s 350 inspectors across the country for four months, cameras follow inspectors investigating crimes of abuse against dogs and puppies in rural areas and inner cities, as poor living conditions, malnutrition, illegal mass-breeding, organised fights are eradicated all in the aid of saving dogs’ lives.

Despite the sometimes horrific findings, the  series has positivity at its heart as it will also follow some of the RSPCA’s success stories as they seek to rehabilitate and eventually rehouse some of the 12,000 dogs which the charity rehomes every year.

Channel: Channel 5

Producer: Middlechild Productions / GroupM Entertainment

TX: 2013

Source: Channel 5 press release

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