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"Salvage Dawgs" on HGTV is a reality series that chronicles the adventures and creativity of the Black Dog Salvage team — a Virginia-based architectural salvage business. Long time do-it-yourself fans and newcomers alike can enjoy salvage owners Robert Kulp and Mike Whiteside as they display their polar opposite personalities, making for a show filled with humor and suspense. While both share a passion for historical preservation, Robert is the self-proclaimed "bottom line guy" who focuses on the re-sale value. Mike is the "go big, go fast, go hard" guy who finds amusement in the unusual and engineers often hair-brained solutions for getting materials out of structures unharmed.

From carefully extracting architectural elements from private homes and classic historical properties to disassembling old hospitals and crumbling mills, every show is a fast-paced treasure hunt.

Black Dog Salvage is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. With a mission to reclaim, renew and redefine architectural salvage for a sustainable future, it specializes in architectural elements from turn-of-the-century to mid-century modern homes, estates and buildings.



"Salvage Dawgs" is co-produced by North Carolina-based film companies Trailblazer Studios and Figure 8 Films. The two companies have worked together previously on Figure 8 Film's TLC series "Sister Wives," "Abby and Brittany" and "Jon & Kate Plus 8."


SALVAGE DAWGS: FACTS

Network: HGTV
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: November 8, 2012
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
Trailblazer Studios
Figure 8 Films





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