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Martin Clunes: A Man and His Dogs (2008)

Martin Clunes takes a wry look at why we are prepared to take the risk of sharing our homes with dogs who are genetically still 99.8 percent like wolves. This epic journey takes Martin to ... See full summary »

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Martin Clunes takes a wry look at why we are prepared to take the risk of sharing our homes with dogs who are genetically still 99.8 percent like wolves. This epic journey takes Martin to Africa, Australia, and America to find the surviving wild ancestors of pampered pets like his own beloved dogs, and seeks to answer the question, did we choose dogs, or did they choose us?

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Enjoyable...especially if you like doggies.
26 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

While I had a hard time deciphering the exact overriding theme of this show, I did have a good time watching. It seemed as if it mostly consisted of a wider variety of tops dog-related that might be interesting for dog lovers. Martin Clunes travels about the world exploring such things as: sheepdogs working with their owner, how we over-pamper dogs, the evolution of the bulldog from a useful animal to an unhealthy freak due to fads which ended up harming this and other breeds as well as a visit to Tanzania to see some African Wild Dogs up close. All in all, very interesting even if a tad disjoint. It's also made better by Clunes' pleasant personality and easy-going manner.


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