Netflix has renewed its docuseries, “Dogs” for a second season.
The series from executive producers Amy Berg and Glen Zipper, celebrates the emotional bond formed between dogs and humans.
“We are so excited that our pack is back for Season 2 of ‘Dogs!’ From the beginning we have said that the joy shown in ‘Dogs’ helps bring people together and that same feeling will translate more than ever in season 2,” said Zipper and Berg. “‘Dogs’ offers us the ability to explore some of the most important human stories through relationships with our best friends and it’s been amazing to see how much these episodes have touched audiences and critics across the globe. Most importantly, our fans have become part of our extended family and we are honored to bring them a fresh set of stories that will allow us to connect with them yet again.”
The first season of “Dogs” told six different stories, including ones focused on a young girl with epilepsy getting her first support dog; one that followed a retriever named Ice who spends his days fishing with his owner; one centered on the Costa Rican sanctuary Territoria de Zaguates; and one focused on the U.S.-based Hearts & Bones non-profit.
The new season has not begun production yet, so fans can submit their own dog’s story for a potential opportunity to be featured in the second season by sharing on social using the tag @netflixdogs with #netflixdogstory on Instagram or Twitter.
“Dogs” is a Netflix Original Documentary Series, developed as a documentary series by Zipper. Berg of Disarming Films and Zipper, of Zipper Bros Films, serve as executive producers. The first season streamed in November.