Seriously, the premiere of Greatest American Dog was all I could have hoped for and more – but with 12 dogs (and 12 strangers) living together in a house, what else could I expect? Featuring misbehaving mutts and purebreds alike and challenges like doggy musical chairs, it was almost as funny watching the owners try to get their dogs to listen as it was to watch the dogs themselves. Learn a little more about the show (and see my favorite act) when you read more.
The contestants broke up into three teams for final performances in the first elimination of the series. While all the pups were cute, I loved that most of them weren't very different than our pets at home – fairly obedient but far from show dog performance perfection. Check out the fab Aloha team below.
I'm not sure if it was Preston's Mohawk or the incredibly trained Galaxy, but I felt this was the most cohesive theme and group. If you missed last night's show, watch the entire thing online at CBS.com.