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NETFLIX DOCU - SERIES ‘DOGS’ LOVINGLY SERVES UP THE HUMAN BOND

In these heated and oft-difficult times, do we need dogs more than ever?

Do we need to rescue them, let them run free, accept their precious help with our most trying physical challenges and revel in their licks and loving nudges?

Filmmakers Glen Zipper and Amy Berg think absolutely yes. They worked together on the new Netflix Original docu-series “Dogs,” which dropped last week.

“We’re in undeniably divisive times right now. We’re all searching for something that everyone can agree

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