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“Dog Songs” – Doggin’ Around

A fun collection of songs about dogs from a variety of music genres! A great mix that will keep your dogs howling along!

“Puppy Holidays” – Jingle Dogs

All of our Christmas and holiday favourites sung by dogs and puppies! A real treat!

“Clifford the Big Red Dog’s Counting Songs” – The Wonder Kids

Clifford’s favorite learning songs for toddlers and preschoolers are all together on one fantastic sing-along CD. Sung by kids, for kids.

“Clifford the Big Red Dog’s ABC & Spelling Songs” – The Wonder Kids

Clifford’s favorite learning songs for toddlers and preschoolers are all together on one fantastic sing-along CD. Sung by kids, for kids.

“Clifford the Big Red Dog’s Manners Songs” – The Wonder Kids

Clifford’s favorite learning songs for toddlers and preschoolers are all together on one fantastic sing-along CD. Sung by kids, for kids.

“Clifford the Big Red Dog’s Silly Songs” – The Wonder Kids

Clifford’s favorite learning songs for toddlers and preschoolers are all together on one fantastic sing-along CD. Sung by kids, for kids.

“Martha Speaks (Volume 1)”

What would happen if your dog were suddenly able to speak? Find out on Martha Speaks, an outlandish animated series from the creators of Curious George and Arthur. The series follows the adventures of Martha, whose appetite for alphabet soup gives her the power of human speech. Using her newfound abilities, Martha gets jobs, wears disguises, foils bad guys, win contests, and orders lots of steaks. Based on best-selling books by Susan Meddaugh, the series is designed to address the substantial vocabulary deficit common to many young children. The series targets children ages 4-7 as well as parents, caregivers, pre-school and early elementary teachers, librarians, and dog lovers.

“Greatest American Dog (Season 1)”

Twelve extraordinary teams of dogs and owners from across the nation will compete for the title of Greatest American Dog. Hosted by zoologist/TV personality Jarod Miller, owners and their pets – from “pageant dogs” to those simply trained at home – will live together and compete against each other in challenges that put the owners’ ability to train their dogs to the tests. Each week, the judges will eliminate one dog and their owner. The last remaining team will walk away with a $250,000 cash prize and the title of Greatest American Dog.

“DogTown (Season 1)”

In the heart of Utah canyon country, discover the story of DogTown, the last hope for dogs that have no place left to go. National Geographic travels to the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary to follow the journeys of unwanted dogs and the dedicated team of veterinarians and trainers who work to find them loving homes.

“All Dogs Go to Heaven (Season 1)”

The series picks up where the movie “All Dogs Go to Heaven 2″ left off. Not only has Charlie left heaven and gone back to earth to be with Sasha, but his best pal and right-paw-dog Itchy has also returned to continue to work with Charlie. Highlights include Charlie returning to heaven for training after botching a good deed; Itchy getting dognapped by a spoiled rich girl; Sasha leaving The Flea Bite Cafe in Charlie and Itchy’s hands… with disastrous results; and Sasha realising that she doesn’t want the perfect dog, but loves Charlie just the way he is.

“All Dogs Go to Heaven (Season 2)”

Having returned from heaven, our canine friends continue to help people, animals, and each other in San Francisco. Highlights include Charlie getting over his loathing of cats to help a little lost kitty find his way home; Charlie and Itchy taking a vacation; Charlie and Itchy being caught by a female dog catcher; Itchy finding his courage again; and Charlie and Itchy joining the circus.

“All Dogs Go to Heaven (Season 3)”

The further adventures of our lovable heavenly canine friends back on Earth. Highlights include Charlie and Itchy going undercover as military dogs; the history of pooches helping mankind throughout the ages; Charlie and Itchy spending the night in a haunted mansion; and the final episode of the series, where Charlie is on heavenly trial for misusing a miracle dog tag.

“Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman (Season 1)”

Part game show, part reality TV, and part spoof, FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman features real kids, real challenges, real science, and an unreal animated host – a dog named Ruff Ruffman. The series mixes unscripted live-action with animation, and breaks the mold with its educational and comical take on America’s newest television genre. For 6 to 10 year olds, FETCH! is spontaneous and full of surprises.

“Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman (Season 2)”

FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman returns for its second season on PBS KIDS GO! with six fabulous new cast members, four action packed specials, a slew of off-the-wall challenges, and one very bright, highly efficient new animated addition. Yes there’s a new dog in town and she’s a cat! Princess Blossom Pepper Doodle Von Yum Yum – a.k.a. Blossom – makes her debut as the bookish intern to the show’s slightly neurotic and lovably bumbling canine producer/host, Ruff Ruffman.

“Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman (Season 3)”

The hit PBS KIDS series FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman bursts onto the TV scene with a thrilling third season. Boasting an all-new team of kids, new episodes, over 30 mind bending challenges, and a new assistant for Ruff, FETCH! harnesses the power and appeal of reality television to teach 6 to 10 year olds about science in an utterly fresh and unique way. Each episode follows the show’s six tween contestants as they compete for points in wild and wacky challenges inspired by a variety of themes, including the scientific principles of structures, habitats, and chemistry. All the action culminates in a nail-biting finale with one FETCHer winning the coveted title of “Grand Champion.”

“Breed All About It (Volume 1)”

Dogs – they come in all shapes and sizes, with all kinds of personalities and abilities, and there’s one out there for everyone. Find the breed that’s right for you on Breed All About It, a show for dog lovers of all ages, races and genders. Each half-hour episode presents an entertaining and informative portrait of a select breed and the people who love them. From tiny Chihuahuas to majestic Labradors, Breed All About It covers the canine spectrum.

“Breed All About It (Volume 2)”

The series continues as each half-hour episode will present an entertaining and informative portrait of a select breed. In addition to the history, lore, and general specifications of a breed, programs include examples of dogs in a variety of situations, including at home, work, training or in a confirmation show. Moreover, it’s not only the dogs that viewers learn about, but their owners as well. Interesting and charismatic owners provide a rich backdrop to the profile of a specific breed, plus they provide the important human-animal connection that viewers can readily and enthusiastically identify with.