BAFTA nominated series want Bristolians who can offer a home to a rescue dog

BAFTA nominated series want Bristolians who can offer a home to a rescue dog

Posted on: 25 Jan 2023

Channel 4’s The Dog House is back, casting for a brand new series with applications now open for those looking to provide a loving home for a rescue dog.


Could you provide a loving home for a rescue dog? Channel 4 series, The Dog House, is looking for Bristol couples, individuals, friends and families who are seriously considering bringing a rescue dog into their lives and are willing to share their reasons for doing so.


Apply now on the Channel 4 website.



The BAFTA-nominated series is filmed at Woodgreen Pets Charity – a 43-acre animal shelter in Cambridgeshire – and has been described as one of the heart-warming programmes on UK television.


The series takes a behind-the-scenes look at the animal centre and chronicles the stories of unwanted pets and their journey to find new owners. Each episode sees an abandoned pooch matched with an owner (or owners) who are looking to adopt a pet.


Premiering back in 2019 with terrified terrier Tiny and his search for a new home, The Dog House proved a real TV favourite with four series now out and a BAFTA award nomination under its belt.


Now, the show’s team are gearing up for a fifth series of the uplifting show and they are looking for dog lovers to get involved. Whether you’re a young couple, a dog-loving family, or looking for a bit of companionship, The Dog House want you.


Once more, the team will be working with an expert team of dog matchers, meeting a host of adorable rescue dogs and getting to know the amazing people looking to take in one of these cute canines.

So, if you think that you can offer a lifelong home to a rescue dog, and are happy to share your reasons why visit the Channel 4 website now to apply. All it takes is filling out a brief application form.


Apply HERE.

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Stanley Gray

Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturday’s are spent watching his team both home and away.