In addition to appearing on Vanderpump Rules, Pooch Perfect, and Overserved, Lisa has made time for yet another series, Vanderpump Dogs, which is based out of her West Hollywood rescue center of the same name.
“Vanderpump Dogs brings fans and pet lovers deeper into Lisa Vanderpump’s luxurious life, by chronicling the stories and adoptions that occur at her beloved namesake foundation: Vanderpump Dogs, West Hollywood. The rescue center was founded in 2016 with the goal of reinventing the image of a dog shelter, from a pound to a palace, doing everything the Vanderpump way: they rescue, rehabilitate, primp, and pamper dogs in need of a loving forever home,” read a press release shared on Thursday.
Each episode of Vanderpump Dogs will give viewers an inside look at the people who venture into the center to find the perfect pooch while also showcasing the “incredible team” working behind the scenes to ensure that each and every dog is always looking their best.
“It’s like a dating process… You wanna have a little foreplay before you go all the way,” Lisa said in the trailer of what goes into her clientele finding their dream dogs.
According to the release, the series will feature tons of heartwarming stories of adoption paired with “a dose of comedy, a dash of drama, and a whole lot of heart.”
In addition to Lisa, the Vanderpump Dogs cast features Dr. Andrew Y. Kushnir, Summer Loftis, Brian Marshall, Patrick Miller-Wren, Madeline Quint, and Kendall Young, and it includes executive producers Douglas Ross, Alex Baskin, Lisa Vanderpump, Ken Todd, Bill Langworthy, and Brian McCarthy.
Vanderpump Dogs starts streaming on June 9 on Peacock.
Top Stories This Week!