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JUSTIN SILVER HELPS RENOVATE THE ANIMAL HAVEN SHELTER AND FINDS RESCUE DOGS NEW HOMES DURING THEIR SIDEWALK ADOPTION FAIR, ON THE SEASON FINALE OF "DOGS IN THE CITY," WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, ON CBS
Special Appearance by Edie Falco ("Nurse Jackie"),
Who Adopted Her Own Dog From The Animal Haven
"You Can Teach Old Dogs New Tricks" - Dog guru Justin Silver partners with Edie Falco ("Nurse Jackie") to help renovate a shelter that is close to her heart and, while there, works with a dog who has been scaring off potential adopters, on the season finale of DOGS IN THE CITY, Wednesday, July 11 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Also, he works with an aggressive dog that was once attacked and an anxious dog that loses her cool during playtime.
Twitter for The Animal Haven: @animalhaven
SEASON(S): 1 (6 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
ADDITIONAL NOTES: presumably canceled on 1/12/13 as the series was not among cbs's summer 2013 plans
DESCRIPTION: (from CBS's press release, April 2012) CBS announced today the new reality series DOGS IN THE CITY, starring New York City dog guru Justin Silver, a master at resolving issues between canines and their owners - no matter whose behavior is at fault. The series will premiere Wednesday, May 30 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. In Manhattan, Justin Silver is known as the "go-to guy" for all things dog-related. He has a creative and instinctive ability to connect with his canine customers while solving dilemmas for their two-legged masters. In each episode, he meets with clients who present a range of relationship problems, lifestyle changes or domestic issues - from a couple looking to move in together, but she's terrified of his golden retriever, to a recently divorced couple whose dog is having a rough time adjusting to joint custody. Justin gets as imaginative as necessary to reach a satisfying resolution, often finding that the owners can be a special breed themselves.