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Rich Fields

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There is nothing more endearing than a pet’s unconditional love.

Animals bring us so much love, that we often don’t even realize the impact they truly have on our lives.

There are very few things in life these days, that can always bring a smile to your face no matter what is going on, and dogs are one of them. Animals, in general, are joys to have and to watch because they’re so full of unconditional love. They can do some of the funniest things and always make us laugh.

That’s one of the main reasons our social media pages are inundated with adorable videos of us displaying our own pets, as well as often sending along any funny meme, picture or video of dogs that has brought us a smile or giggle. We need this in our lives, more than ever. With today’s political climate, its often one of the only things we can post and be sure not won’t offend anyone.

So, it’s no surprise that one of the networks is cashing in on this doggie-love trend. As stated in Vanity Fair, the show “Dogs” will premiere on Netflix on November 16th. worldwide. The series will consist of six episodes, coinciding with  “six stories of unconditional love“. All the stories are independent from each other and are all about the deep bonds that form between humans and canines.

I think this is a great idea. It’s important in today’s society to realize how much dogs mean to all of us, and how our bond with them can help bring us together. I know our sweet little Pug “Gunner”, means the world to Christine and I. He has a huge personality that fills our house with laughter and love. He’s more than just our dog, he’s family.

Check out the trailer below of a  sneak peak of the new Netflix program.

Rich Fields is a veteran radio broadcaster who is best known for having been the Announcer on the Price is Right. He is also an Emmy Award winning Meteorologist .