Finding Fido: Love comes in all forms, even furry ones
Just in time for Valentine's Day, when we're all looking for love, Finding Fido is the perfect television show to warm our hearts. The new show on Z Living, a television network that's dedicated to bringing us the best in health and wellness entertainment, gives us the warm and fuzzies because instead of matchmaking humans, it matches pooches with the people to find them safe and happy adopted homes.
The show follows families in search of a new dog as they meet and interact with three different adoptable dogs. The first episode explores The Pleasant Family as they are on the hunt to find to perfect pet to complete their family. Chris and Kali Pleasant are challenged with finding a smaller dog to accommodate and befriend their young daughter Brooklyn. The small pooch must also pack a powerful punch and be full of energy to keep up with the family's active and busy city lifestyle.
But since the show will be airing on Tuesday, February 14th, at 9pm, on Z Living, which just happens to be Valentine's Day, here are a few ways to pamper your pooch. First, you could give your doggy a spa day by grooming their fur and trimming their nails. Second, you could plan a doggy date in a local dog park with a few of their pooch partners-in-crime. And lastly, you could treat them to their favorite doggy treats and let them indulge just a bit on this special day.
Get the behind-the-scenes scoop on Finding Fido below and don't forget to tune in on February 14th.
Meet Seth Casteel: He Really, Really Loves Dogs
Seth Casteel is a photographer and dog lover who has spent the last nine years working with and photographing dogs. Seth’s photographs of dogs underwater became The New York Times bestselling book, Underwater Dogs. Along the way his work with rescue dogs changed the focus of his work… and his life.