Brandon trains dogs to the point where they can find forever homes.


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Brandon McMillan ...
 Himself / ... (90 episodes, 2013-2017)
Michael Berger ...
 Narrator (87 episodes, 2013-2017)


Animal trainer Brandon McMillan's mission is to rescue difficult-to-love and untrained dogs that find themselves at the neighborhood animal shelter, his home away from home. At McMillan's training facility, Lucky Dog Ranch, he tackles the involved task of transforming dogs with behavioral issues into model pets. Each episode showcases the story of the success story of a rehabilitated dog and the family that takes it home. Written by Jwelch5742

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28 September 2013 (USA)  »

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Szerencsés kutya  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)

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Taking a rescue dog and seeing if it can be retrained into being a dog fit for a family.
4 January 2014 | by (Florida, USA) – See all my reviews

From "Homeless to a Home" is the hope of this show. To take a rejected dog from the streets and try to gain their trust and obedience seems a daunting task but with lots of love and patience almost anything is possible. Brandon McMillan has 5 days to get the dog ready for a new life. Starting with just trying to gain the love of the dog to getting it to be vulnerable, teaching the dog it doesn't need to hide like it used to, taking it to be around other people, animals and especially children. And finally for the biggest test of all. Will the dog accept the new family. Will the new family accept the new dog. It has to be a good fit. Dogs like people have their own personalities and you can't manipulate them. Success is never guaranteed but no matter what the outcome it touches the heart. In my opinion there is only one requirement for loving this show. You must love dogs.

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