Netflix is looking for dogs to star in it's new dog-umentary series
Question for dog owners out there: do you ever shut up about your pooch?
Me neither! Dog owners are well-known by now as being the most obsessive, obnoxious, and adoring parents out there. Screw your daughter's talent show, let's talk about my dog.
You'll all be thrilled to hear, then, that the time has finally come to boast about your doggo in front of the whole world. As if you hadn't been readying yourself for this moment your dog's whole life.
Speaking of gorgeous doggos, have a watch of heroic police dog Finn moving the Britain's Got Talent judges to tears during auditions:
This week, Netflix announced they were searching for canines to star in the second season of their documentary TV series, Dogs.
On Wednesday, executive producers of the show Amy Berg and Glen Zipper released a joint statement which said they were "honoured" to bring viewers a new set of stories that audiences will connect with.
Check out the trailer for the first season below:
"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 Two," they said. "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."
They continued: "Most importantly, our fans have become part of our extended family and we are honoured to bring them a fresh set of stories that will allow us to connect with them yet again."
If you want to share your dog's extraordinary story, you can do so on social media by using the tag @netflixdogs and the hashtag #netflixdogstory. Of course, when people heard the news, there was an influx of adorable doggo photos and moving stories on Twitter.
The original dog-umentary series was released in November 2018 and contained six 50 minute episodes which examined the beautiful relationships between dogs and humans in different countries and cultures.
Break-out stars included service dog Rory, who helped his young owner Corrine with her epilepsy, and elderly Labrador Retriever Ice who assisted his owner, Italian fisherman Alessandro, as his livelihood was threatened.
The new season does not currently have a premiere date - but if one is not announced soon, we'll all have a bone to pick with Netflix.