These rescue pooches won over viewers on This Morning as part of the ITV show’s mission to rehome 52 dogs in a year.
Today is the turn of the last dog, beagle Oakley.
Hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby said: “Such gorgeous dogs and so deserving.”
‘Bopper the Whopper’ was Britain’s fattest dog when he waddled into a rescue centre weighing eight stone.
The border collie, who was rescued by the RSPCA when his owners became too ill to look after him, was twice the size he should have been.
The 12-year-old pooch was put on a strict diet and exercise regime and managed to shed three-and-a-half stone in three months.
After he appeared on This Morning in January, Mike and Jan, who already have two rescued labradors, took him in.
Mike, 70, from Plymouth, said: “Bopper looked more like a pig than a dog when he arrived, he was that fat.
“Bopper’s settled in really well and he’s continued to lose weight. He’s an all-round lovely character.”
Mother and son bulldogs Holly and Phil met their namesakes on This Morning last month.
Lorraine and Anton Wynne, of Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, were keen to adopt them both but the Edward Foundation bulldog charity pushed for separate homes.
Anton, 40, said: “Phil arrived on Saturday and has settled in amazingly. He seems really happy and our two kids love him. I wouldn’t have chosen Phil as a name. It is a bit embarrassing having to shout out ‘Phil’ in the park, but we won’t change it as he was named after Phillip Schofield.”
Pug Albus had a deformed leg but for Bake Off’s Candice Brown, that made him even more adorable.
The winner of the seventh series of the hit cookery show fell in love with the cute canine after seeing Albus, from Many Tears Animal Rescue in Wales, on TV in October.
After collecting the 12-week-old pup, she shared a cute photo of him with her Twitter fans.
Candice, 34, has since had Albus’ deformed leg fixed but added: “It’s still 3cm shorter than the other, so he’s a bit wonky.”
Candice, who already had a pug and a Pomeranian, said of Albus: “He’s the naughtiest dog.
“I bought a book on how to train your dog but when I got home, Albus had ripped it to pieces.”
Cocker spaniel Fozzie found his forever home before he’d even left the This Morning studios – after winning over one of the show’s crew members.
Production assistant Laura Ridge gave the six-week-old puppy a cuddle after his TV appearance in March and immediately knew she wanted to take him home.
Fozzie was born at the Many Tears Animal Rescue centre in South Wales.
Laura, 37, said: “I filled in the online form. We collected him a week later. He’s doing really well, although he wants to eat and tear up everything.
“The only one who isn’t so keen in our house is the cat.”
Viewers were moved by the plight of Scooter, who was found dying on a road in Bacau, Romania, after being hit by a car.
The three-year-old, who can’t use his back legs due to spinal damage, was brought to the UK by Sadie’s Stray Dog Rescue.
After Scooter charmed TV host Eamonn Holmes in November, 20 people were keen to adopt him but were put off by his disability. Dog fosterer Jill Allen finally gave him a home.
Jill, 60, of Wokingham, Berks said of the mongrel: “He’s a really loving dog and really cheerful.
“He zooms around with more energy than most, whether on walks with his wheels or scooting around the house on his bottom.”