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CBS is letting the dogs out with 'Dogs in the City'

April 12, 2012 | 12:39 pm

'Dogs in the City' is a new reality series on CBS
The dog days of summer are on CBS: The network has found its answer to the Cesar Millan-helmed series "The Dog Whisper" with "Dogs in the City."

The reality series features New York City dog guru Justin Silver, "a master at resolving issues between canines and their owners — no matter whose behavior is at fault," according to the press release. He also seems to enjoy a little tongue action with man's best friend judging from the above photo.

It's executive produced by "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation's" Carol Mendelsohn. And it's not the first time the network has tried to get cuddly with pooches. In 2008, it unveiled "Greatest American Dog," a 10-episode competition series (it lasted one season).

The series will premiere May 30.

 

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— Yvonne Villarreal

twitter.com/villarrealy

Photo: Brian Friedman. Credit: CBS.

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