A&E to Air 'Dogs of War,' Veterans and Shelter Dogs Pair for Recovery

Dogs of War, a new docuseries where veterans suffering from PTSD are paired with shelter dogs trained to aid in their recoveries, will air this Veterans Day, Nov. 11 at 10 p.m, A&E announced today.

“This series is full of raw, real and intensely emotional moments that don’t often get a spotlight in mainstream media,” said General Manager and Executive Vice President of A&E, David McKillop in a release. “Each veterans’ story of survival is humbling and we are proud to create a series that captures the light at the end of the tunnel for these heroes.”

After the premiere event, the show will then move to Sundays at 10 p.m., starting Nov. 16.

Each hour, a soldier is paired with an adopted shelter dog trained in rehabilitation, to encapture their individual life journeys after combat.

The show is produced by Custom Productions, Inc. and Redtail Media, LLC for A&E. For Custom/Redtail Partners, the executive producers are Steve Stockman, Jared Cotton, Chris Burke and
Peter Logreco. For A&E, Brad Abramson, Fred Grinstein and Laurie Sharpe serve as executive producers.