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Star of 'Lucky Dog' TV show makes appearance in Charleston

Brandon McMillan, the star of the CBS show 'Lucky Dog,' made an appearance in Charleston over the weekend.  (Source: Charleston Animal Society) Brandon McMillan, the star of the CBS show 'Lucky Dog,' made an appearance in Charleston over the weekend.  (Source: Charleston Animal Society)
Brandon McMillan, the star of the CBS show 'Lucky Dog,' made an appearance in Charleston over the weekend.  (Source: Charleston Animal Society) Brandon McMillan, the star of the CBS show 'Lucky Dog,' made an appearance in Charleston over the weekend.  (Source: Charleston Animal Society)
Brandon McMillan, the star of the CBS show 'Lucky Dog,' made an appearance in Charleston over the weekend.  (Source: Charleston Animal Society) Brandon McMillan, the star of the CBS show 'Lucky Dog,' made an appearance in Charleston over the weekend.  (Source: Charleston Animal Society)
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

Brandon McMillan, the star of the CBS show 'Lucky Dog,' made an appearance in Charleston over the weekend. 

According to Charleston Animal Society officials, McMillan was in the Holy City to shoot promos and to work with some of the organization's dogs. 

"Animal trainer Brandon McMillan's mission is to rescue difficult-to-love and untrained dogs that find themselves at the neighborhood animal shelter, his home away from home," CAS officials said. 

At McMillan's training facility, Lucky Dog Ranch, he tackles the involved task of transforming dogs with behavioral issues into model pets, CAS officials said. 

Each episode showcases the story of the success story of a rehabilitated dog and the family that takes it home. 

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