Big Dogs Little Dogs (1998)

Approved | | Documentary | TV Movie 6 June 1998
Man's best friend comes in all shapes and sizes, from teacup poodles to mountainous mastiffs. This entertaining look at domesticated canines follows the history of the relationship between ... See full summary »
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Man's best friend comes in all shapes and sizes, from teacup poodles to mountainous mastiffs. This entertaining look at domesticated canines follows the history of the relationship between humans and dogs, traces the origins of the most popular breeds from big to small, features training tips from doggie experts, digs into the reasons behind Fido's more peculiar habits and sniffs out the huge profits behind the billion-dollar dog industry. Written by A&E TV

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USA

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English

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6 June 1998 (USA) See more »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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It's A Dog's World
21 February 2015 | by xyzkozakSee all my reviews

OK. Let's talk about dogs (aka. man's, and woman's, best friend).

When it comes to big dogs, little dogs, good dogs, bad dogs - If you love your dog, then this informative, and often amusing, documentary from A&E tells you, in a nutshell, everything you've ever wanted to know about the celebrated world of "canine culture" and what the barking is all about.

Dogs are, of course, considered to be the ultimate domesticated animal. Through their endless capacity for unconditional love and devotion, dogs, today, have become the #1 pet the world over.

From war heroes, to Frisbee champs, to Hollywood celebrities, dogs come in all shapes and sizes, whose warm (and sometimes wacky) personalities have won the hearts and the respect of men and women for many-many centuries.

Ancestors of the wolf, it is estimated that dogs have been living amongst man for approximately 14,000 years.

Listen to historians and trainers, alike, who openly discuss this beast's sometimes peculiar habits as they give their insights into what your dog is "really" thinking.

Arf! Arf! It's not all just barking up the wrong tree, you know.


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