Watch Previews Of ‘My Dog’s Crazy Animal Friends’ Thursdays On Discovery Family

Discovery Family Channel’s hot new series MY DOG’S CRAZY ANIMAL FRIENDS has caught fire on social media. Just five days after posting footage from the series featuring an adorable tiger cub with an orangutan on the network’s Facebook page, the clip has reached nearly 155 million people, received almost 53 million video views and garnered 9 million likes, comments and shares[i]. Showcasing the heartwarming and hilarious stories of friendship and camaraderie between the most surprising animal pairs—from a black lab who befriends an elephant named Bubbles, to a farm goat who shares an unwavering bond with a house cat—new episodes of MY DOG’S CRAZY ANIMAL FRIENDS air each Thursday at 9/8c and 9:30/8:30c.

“What can we say – everyone loves the story of an odd couple!” said Tom Cosgrove, general manager of Discovery Family Channel. “We believed that this series would appeal to the entire family, and are excited to see these amusing and sweet clips resonate so remarkably across social media platforms.”

Each week, back-to-back episodes of MY DOG’S CRAZY ANIMAL FRIENDS follow the friendships of loveable pups (and other animals!) and their surprising sidekicks as they support, nurture, protect and play with one another. In addition, each 30-minute episode features first-hand commentary from the dogs’ owners, animal behaviorists, and canine experts as they evaluate these remarkable relationships.

Upcoming episodes

· Cheetahs, Bunnies & Labs premieres Thursday, May 14 at 9/8c
Find out how a rather special golden Labrador named Carlisle is changing the way zoos care for baby cheetahs; and meet a puggle who likes to snuggle…with a rabbit named Purple!

· Miniature Mates premieres Thursday, May 14 at 9:30/8:30c
A German Shepherd mix named Hondo has really taken to Mateo the coatimundi. And what do miniature horses and one grumpy goose have in common? All will be revealed!

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