Ronnie Corbett takes a wry look at Great Britain's obsession with pets, discovering the lengths people will go to for their pets and charting the progress of his new rescue dog, Baz.
We meet a cat breeder who is making a stand against the breeding establishment and a breeder of French bulldogs who will stop at nothing to indulge her favourite dog. We also meet owners of camels, one of whom proves a bit of a handful.
A rather unorthodox approach is being taken in the UK when working with troubled animals: telepathy. We follow pet psychic Michelle as she attempts to read the minds of owners' dogs. Ronnie puts her to the test with his own rescue dog.
Cross breed dogs have become very popular. We meet Jasper, a poodle super-stud who has fathered an astounding four hundred puppies. Plus, successful pigeon breeder Mark shows off his favourite breeding male pigeon, worth 70,000 pounds.
We meet a complementary animal therapist who claims to be able to heal even relationship problems. Ronnie calls in top dog expert Caroline, Kennel Club secretary, to try to identify what breeds might be in his mysterious rescue dog, Baz.
The final episode sees the resolution to Ronnie's own troubled dog's story. The results of Baz's DNA test offer a reason for his odd behaviour.