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JUSTIN SILVER WORKS TO KEEP RUSSELL SIMMONS' EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT FROM DEVOTING TOO MUCH PERSONAL TIME TO HER SPECIAL-NEEDS DOG, ASSISTS A FRAZZLED OWNER OF FOUR RESCUE DOGS AND WORKS TO TAME TWO UNRULY BLOODHOUNDS, ON A REBROADCAST OF "DOGS IN THE CITY," WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, ON CBS
"Don't Give Me the Drool" - While Justin Silver helps the newest special-needs dog of Russell Simmons' executive assistant Simone Reyes get back in the game after recently becoming blind, Simmons hopes that the decreased burden on his friend/assistant will jumpstart her social plans with people, on a rebroadcast of DOGS IN THE CITY, to be broadcast Wednesday, July 4 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Meanwhile, Justin realizes that a family's lack of discipline for their two bloodhounds has created monsters, and he gives some tough love to a frazzled owner of four rescue dogs. (Originally broadcast 6/13/12.)
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.