Paul ogrady show- do you surmise it's a touch bit cruel for the dog to be stuck on that table for even an hour?
Dogs are exceptionally good at 'telling' humans what they like and dislike.
See, Louis, one of his other dogs doesn't like appearing surrounded by front of the cameras and he has made them realise that, clever, huh.
I would say it's not something I'd do with my own dogs, but no, I don't think it's cruel. Far worse going on within the world than this!!
PS Paul O'Grady hosts a chat show in the UK in the late afternoon. Most of it tend to be 'naff' but sometimes he has interesting guests on - which is when I watch!
yeah, thats what i think. i can see it surrounded by his eyes, and can almost hear him thinking 'get me off this silly show with this stupid man and this stupid audience and this silly theme music! not saying that its a stupid show, i conjecture the show is funny and i enjoy it but dogs are different. they don't have the same interests as us!
Paul's dogs are only on set till the first ad break then they are taken to his dressing room and looked after, highly well by the look of them. If there was any suggestion of cruelty the RSPCA would drop on him close to a ton of bricks so no it's not cruel, the dogs look very happy and are socialised like no other pooch.
his dogs are lap dogs, lap dogs love this kind af attention,
the dogs wag, sit beside their heads up and are alert, if they were startled they would have their head down, tail down and ears down.
i think its nice they acquire to go to work with their owner.
it would be horrible for them to be stuck in a round up at home all day close to so many other pet dogs.
No, I don't. The dog is very outmoded and doesn't need to move as much as a younger dog. Also, it shows no signs of being distressed. Paul O'Grady loves animals, and I don't think he would ever do anything which distressed one of them.
He adore his dogs and they never appear to be distressed, if they were they would not sit there and whether they were abused they would not be allowed to appear on TV.
It's the Paul O'Grady show on Channel 5.
No, from what I have read & see on television, I don't think Paul's treatment of his two dogs is in the tiniest bit cruel.
Could you explain a bit more? What show? What table? What dog?
Some dogs like to sit still
lol no that dog is adorable, but that dog when its had enough does rove off and has been even set to cock his leg
No they are usual sat on the tabe for a short time not an hour. And they are seem fairly happy.