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How do I watch ‘The Pet Set?’ Betty White’s long-lost show

As Betty White turned 99 years-old, she announced a re-lease of her largely unseen 1970s show where she visits with celebrities, their pets and other animals.

The legendary Betty White has announced the re-release of what she calls a “long-lost series” that she and her late husband Allen Ludden produced in the early 1970s called “The Pet Set.”

Betty White has been promoting the re-release of the show to streaming services, which will be available Feb. 23 on Apple TV, Prime Video and Google Play, according to Eonline.

“Welcome to The Pet Set!,” episodes of the show begin, where viewers

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The Amazing Pets Show: Branson production offers year-round fun at Grand Country Music Hall | Entertainment

While many Branson shows are taking some time off in the coming weeks, one show is offering guests an amazing time year round.

The Amazing Pets Show at Grand County Country Music Hall is providing winter visitors the chance to catch their show every Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m. for the next couple of months. 

Just as the title of the show suggests, audiences in attendance will be treated to some amazing pets, including dogs, cats and even a couple of colorful birds. While any child watching the show will probably tell you afterward that the pets are the

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Dermot O’Leary and Joanna Page to co-host ‘The Pets Show’

Dermot O’Leary and Joanna Page are to co-host a new show dubbed “‘Top Gear’ for animal lovers”.

Dermot O'Leary holding a sign posing for the camera

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Dermot O’Leary

The “light-hearted” programme, called ‘The Pets Show’, is expected to see people, including celebrities, showing what their animals can do, as well as showcase new gadgets.

An insider said: “We are a nation of pet lovers and with ‘I’m A Celeb’ over and ‘The X Factor’ currently on ice, what better than a show featuring celebrities – but where the animals are the real talent?

“The show could feature everything from a famous pet owner in need of

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Is there a puppy heaven? Owners think so, headstones in pet cemeteries show

Pet owners in the 19th century dearly loved their furry friends, but contemporary pet owners are more likely to believe in an afterlife where they’ll see their deceased pets once more. 

Meaningful relationships between people and animals — unto death and beyond — have existed for thousands of years. Human graves dating to the Stone Age and the Paleolithic era hold dogs that may have been pets, and in 1881 the first public cemetery devoted entirely to pets was established in Hyde Park, London. Now found worldwide, pet cemeteries commemorate the emotional connection that people feel for cherished companion animals,

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