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Dogs in Space Season 3 Release Date, Trailer – Is It Canceled?

Dogs in Space Season 3 Release Date, Trailer
Dogs in Space Season 3 Release Date, Trailer

The 2nd season of the much-loved animated TV series Dogs in Space has just come out and you know what? We are all ready for Dogs in Space Season 3. The 1st season of the show came out last year in November and Netflix renewed it for another season only 3 days after the premiere of the series.

Now, we have a new season with 10 episodes, with each episode around 20 minutes in length. However, that means the show can be finished in a little more than 3 hours. So, it is only likely that you wonder about a potential 3rd season. That’s why in this article, we will be talking about the latest news about Dogs in Space Season 3.

Dogs in Space Season 3 Release Date

Dogs in Space Season 3 Release Date

Dogs in Space Season 3 Release Date

Since the 2nd season has just been released, there is no news about a Season 3. Maybe, just like what happened last year, we should wait a few days for an announcement. If the announcement turns out to be positive and we learn that we will be getting another season, then we could have to wait to find out when it will be on Netflix. We’re guessing a Dogs in Space Season 3 release date will most likely be in the summer of 2023.

Considering the 1st season came out in November 2021 and the 2nd in September 2022, it seems July 2023 would be a perfect date for the show’s return.

Is Dogs in Space for adults?

Is Dogs in Space for adults?

Is Dogs in Space for adults?

Dogs in Space has a TV-Y7 rating, which means anyone older than age 7 can watch it. The show is geared mostly toward children but its comedy and sci-fi elements can also be absorbing for adults. You can find many adults online watching and enjoying the show.

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What kind of dogs are Dogs in Space Netflix?

What kind of dogs are Dogs in Space Netflix?

What kind of dogs are Dogs in Space Netflix?

Dogs in Space‘s characters consist of different types of dogs. The character Garbage, for instance, is a corgi, also known as The Welsh Corgi. It is thought to be originated in Wales, hence the name. The name corgi is derived from 2 Welsh words cor and ci, which mean dwarf and dog respectively.

Stella, another member of the space crew is a Sheltie, The Shetland Sheepdog. It is a herding dog that originated in the Shetland Islands of Scotland. Nomi is a Shih Tzu, originating from Tibet. It is a toy dog breed, which refers to very small dogs. Another character, Ed, is a Jack Russell Terrier, believed to be originated in England where it was used for fox hunting. Chonies is a chihuahua, which is another toy dog breed that originated in Mexico.

Loaf is a bulldog, Kira is a husky, Duchess is a St. Bernard, Happy is a poodle, Pistachio Soup is a Sharpei, Jerry is a Chow Chow, and Atlas is a Boston Terrier.

How many dogs are in space?

How many dogs are in space?

How many dogs are in space?

Many of you probably heard about Soviet space dogs that were used as test subjects to determine whether human spaceflight could be done. This happened during the 1950s and 1960s. Mostly stray female dogs were chosen for the experiments. The 1st dogs that were used in a sub-orbital flight were Dezik and Tsygan. These 2 were sent to make a sub-orbital flight in 1951. They were unharmed after the experiment. The same year Dezik made another sub-orbital flight, this time with a dog named Lisa, but neither survived.

In the following years, many dogs were used in both sub-orbital and orbital flights. If you are interested in each of their names and journey, you can read about them here.

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