Rescued Pit Bull Puppies Star in “The Litter with Sharon Osbourne”

While TV viewers tune in to hear her discuss the day’s hot topics on The Talk, for the past 13 weeks fans of Fidos have listened to Sharon Osbourne talk about the tale of a Pit Bull mix and her puppies in the online Pet Collective series The Litter with Sharon Osbourne.

Abandoned by their guardian at a shelter in central Los Angeles, three-year-old Hope and her pack of pups found themselves facing their fate, as approximately 200 Pit Bulls in Los Angeles County shelters are euthanized every day. However, thanks to New Leash on Life, a non-profit in Southern California which rescues dogs in dire need, they beat the odds and soon happily found themselves facing internet celebrity status instead.

After fascinating the dog devotees who watched The Pet Collective‘s “Puppy Cam,” the six siblings and their mother went on to became the stars of The Litter with Sharon Osbourne, which chronicled the lives of the six baby brothers from their first tentative steps to the day they stepped away from the spotlight and into the lives of loving, forever pet parents.

The heart-warming conclusion to the series can be seen in the video above, while the first episode below shows the beginning of the dogs’ journey toward a brighter tomorrow. (NOTE: Since the final episode was taped, all of the dogs– including Hope– have been adopted!) To watch all of the episodes, visit The Pet Collective’s YouTube Channel.

Photo Credit: The Pet Collective

About Grace Sydney

Grace Sydney is the Assistant Editor of and, covering celebrity-related rescue news. She operates the @HollywoodDogs Twitter account sharing information on celebrity fundraising for rescues and shelters.