ANIMAL PLANET's DOGS 101 REVEALS EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MAN's BEST FRIEND
With over 800 dog breeds recognised worldwide, the spotlight will fall on the adorable, the feisty and the unexpected. A rundown of everyone's favourite dog breeds from Airedale Terrier to Labrador, DOGS 101 will survey the top 50 breeds for their behavioural quirks, genetic history, famous relations, and wildest trivia. Which came first, the Doberman or the Miniature Pinscher? Is the French Bulldog the loudest snorer? Did John Wayne's Airedale give him his nickname? Which canine breed is an internationally certified lifeguard? These questions and more will be answered on Animal Planet's DOGS 101.
Heroes. Healers. Friends. Confidantes. Animal Planet celebrates the bond between Man and his much-touted "best friend" on DOGS 101. With stories, facts, and anecdotes that will baffle and astound you, DOGS 101 is a fun crash course about all things canine!
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(from Animal Planet's press release, April 2011) The most comprehensive and endearing dog and cat encyclopedia on TV is back with plenty of new breeds! DOGS 101 and CATS 101 spotlight the adorable, the feisty and the unexpected and survey a variety of breeds for their behavioral quirks, genetic history, most famous examples and wildest trivia. Using a mix of animal experts, pop-culture footage and stylized photography, DOGS 101 and CATS 101 are unprecedented looks at man's best friend and their furry feline counterparts. Accompanying the popular DOGS 101 and CATS 101 series, Animal Planet features furry, feathery and scaly friends in PETS 101. Millions of homes welcome a menagerie of these eclectic critters, and PETS 101 shines a light on these creatures lounging around the house, sunbathing in the pool and spinning away their days on exercise wheels.One of my students yesterday introduced to Dogs 101 on Animal Planet, since we had just started our dog unit. Does any use any of these dog based resources in lessons? If so, could you share how you incorporate them?