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Shelter dogs are given new homes and new leases on life in "Rescue Dog to Super Dog." The pooches are paired with people who struggle with mental, physical or neurological disabilities and trained to be able to help lead their new owners through their everyday lives. Dog trainers Nate Schoemer and Laura London search kennels and look for suitable strays that they can transform into helper dogs to aid humans with sleep disorders and Tourette syndrome, among many other ailments.

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Nate finds a golden retriever-rottweiler mix to work with Kalani, an ex-marine with severe PTSD and anxiety; Laura works with Kelly, who suffers from a rare form of cerebral palsy, matching her with a Great Dane rescue.
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Nate rescues a Havanese for Diana, who lost part of her leg in a serious rock climbing accident; Laura works with Eric, who suffers from late-onset Tay-Sachs disease; she finds a Lab mix to be a companion and press his life alert pendant if needed.
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Nate finds a Lab mix for Immanuel, who suffers from shaken baby syndrome and needs a dog to support him during seizures; Laura rescues a poodle mix for Carmel, a former Marine with PTSD and a serious back injury.
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Tommy, who has Type 1 diabetes, needs a dog to detect his blood sugar levels; Nate starts training process with shepherd mix, while Laura works with Maxine, a cancer survivor who lost her arm to the disease and needs a dog to help around the house.
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Nate matches a German shepherd rescue with Ed, a retired Air Force sergeant; Ed, who suffers from a brain injury, hopes Sarge will retrieve items and comfort him during night terrors; Laura pairs Jack Russell terrier mix with Igor, who was born deaf.
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Laura finds a Chihuahua mix for Isabella, a teenager suffering from depression, panic attacks and PTSD; Jesse, a Navy vet with limited mobility due to a spinal injury, works with Nate to rescue Rose, a pit bull mix that he hopes will help him skateboard.

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