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James Guiliani used to run with John Gotti's crew, working as a street enforcer for the mob. Now he runs with a canine crew. So how does a person go from a life of crime to a life with pooches? All it took was a life-changing encounter with a stray dog. After that moment, Guiliani found a new purpose in life: to rescue and pamper animals. So he and the love of his life, Lena, opened what has become one of Brooklyn's top dog grooming parlors. The couple also rescue abused and abandoned animals. Although it would seem like Guiliani's post-mob life is easy, that's not the case, as he and Lena deal with problems that range from simply having trouble paying the bills to more complicated issues like dealing with his former "associates." Through it all, the couple try to maintain some sort of normalcy in their lives.

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James and Lena find a new place to put their rescues; Tanell stresses over her assessment.
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The kennels are filled and James must find a place for his rescues.
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James plans a contest to raise funds for an animal sanctuary; chaos ensues.
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James celebrates his birthday at Coney Island; Lena has a surprise; a messy recovery.
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James prepares his rescues for an adopt-a-thon; a litter of kittens are in trouble.
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James takes Princess to the vet, goes to his high school reunion and tries to rescue a feral cat and her kittens.
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James must find a home for a Peking duck; Lena prepares for her mother's surprise party.
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A pup in need interrupts a trip to upstate New York; Tanell's grooming abilities are tested.
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Old friend "Fat George" helps with a late night rescue; new groomer Tanell shows up for her first day.
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Former mob enforcer James Giuliani has found a new calling: dog grooming and animal rescuing.

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