There seems to be more feelings of fulfillment, empathy and love between animals and humans, especially dogs. It is a documentary series that shows the extent of these feelings between humans and dogs in stories that seem to be the finest in the world. The series begins with Anna, a dog handler specializing in dogs, adopting dozens of dogs from shelters in Texas to give her to her New York City users, a good humane thing.
It will make you cry. You don't really have a say in the matter. This is a series that can feel almost algorithmically designed to turn everybody it comes into contact with into a sobbing wreck, over and over again.
Yes, lolling tongues, floppy ears, and wagging tails abound, but in the end, it's the people's stories that resonate the most in "Dogs." Dogs are easy to love, and through their example, we can relearn to love our fellow man.
Avoids silliness and schmaltz by telling the stories of dog owners, giving us a sense of their vulnerabilities and their dreams, before showing us how their dogs have taken up such a crucial position in their lives. The show is more touching as a result.