Series 1 · Episode 1
The first part in a new series looks at how the other half lives. Bertie and Freddie enjoy all the perks the spoilt only children of wealthy parents would expect. Bertie has an extensive wardrobe of designer clothes and likes nothing more than lunches at Chelsea gastropubs. Freddie spends his time power-boat racing, sailing and hanging out on millionaire’s row in Poole.
Series 1 · Episode 2
It`s one of Britain`s fastest growing crimes. Last year alone over 40,000 dogs were stolen. “Dognapping” is easy money; but the search for a stolen dog can push some people to the edge.
Series 1 · Episode 3
Many pet-owners in Britain would describe their animals as being a part of their family. But for some people their pets become their family, providing something that other humans can’t. Two such people are Lyndsey Burgess and Emily Orsi. In Happy Families, we learn the strength of their feelings for their ‘babies’ and just why these women’s lives would be devastated if anything were to happen to their dogs.
Series 1 · Episode 4
For some people, losing a pet is like losing a member of the family. So when a favourite pet passes away, why not do what humans do and have them buried or cremated?
Series 1 · Episode 5
Many people long for their children to become stars of the screen and stage; doting and ambitious parents believe their child is the most beautiful and talented creature on earth. But what happens when people transfer that ambition to their pets?
Series 1 · Episode 6
Although there is a current vogue for alternative therapy amongst humans, people are increasingly turning to it to heal their animals. One such person is Judy Robinson.