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In each one-hour episode of "America's Top Dog," four police K9 teams, including fan-favorites from the hit series "Live PD," and one civilian team will face off for the title of "Top Dog" in three rounds of high velocity, furry competition. The skilled teams will be tested on their speed, agility, scenting ability, and teamwork.

America's Top Dog is a Reality series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (11 episodes). The series first aired on January 7, 2020. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.2.

America's Top Dog is available for streaming on the A&E website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch America's Top Dog on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, A&E, Sling, Google Play, iTunes online.

1 Season, 11 Episodes
January 7, 2020
Cast: James Craigmyle
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America's Top Dog Full Episode Guide

  • Six winning K9's and one champion underdog battle it out for 25K and the bragging rights for the ultimate title of America's Top Dog.

  • A doggle-wearing K9 faces some tough competition, including a Connecticut K9 who's ready to declare war and cancer-surviving civilian underdog named Bruce.

  • Tonight's lineup raises burning questions like, "Can old defeat young?"; "Can skill beat experience?"; and "Where the heck is Catahoula?"

  • Decorated doggies set paw on the K9 Combine.

  • It's raining cats and dogs but the K9 combatants show their gladiator spirit, battling bad weather and tricky tunnels right down to the final seconds.

  • Among the K9 combatants are a dog who once took down a crossbow-wielding creep; a pooch whose trainer is allergic to him; and a team with inspiration on their side.

  • The youngest dog in the competition sets a fur-ious pace.

  • Two civilian underdogs take on the professional pooches in an epic clash of K9s, featuring a brash boxer and a peppy pitbull.

  • A look at whether a K9 named Murphy will lay down the law.

  • A third generation police K9, and a civilian underdog built for speed are among the pooches who face off in a competition that comes right down to the wire. Who will get the last woof?

  • A veteran K9 nicknamed "The Wonder Mutt" figures to be the favorite, but will he be taken out by the younger, hungrier competition? His challengers include a police dog with hundreds of narcotics arrests and a civilian trick dog who just might be the most talented tail-wagger in the whole field.