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Got a less-than-perfect pooch? Well today might be your day: Channel 5 is calling for naughty dogs and their owners to appear in series two of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly.
Dog like to chew your expensive cushions? Growl at other dogs, perhaps? Or maybe no matter how old they get they you still come downstairs in the morning to find they've left you with a nice present on the carpet. Sound familiar?
Either way, Channel 5 is looking for you to participate in the next instalment of dog training show, Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly, where your pooch could get some much-need help to change their unruly ways.
A call out on Channel 5's website read: "If you need Graeme's help with your dog's bad behaviour and would like to take part in the next series of Dogs Behaving Very Badly please contact the production team at [email protected] or call 020 7598 7365."
The show sees master dog trainer Graeme Hall, self-proclaimed Dogfather, find long-lasting solutions for dogs with behavioural issues. The first series aired in January 2019 and saw help a number of dogs and their wayward ways.
In episode two, Graeme helps the owners of Bella, the collie from Sheffield with such bad aggression problems people were unable to visit their home and she couldn't be taken out in public.
The dog whisperer also meets Dave the French bulldog with a penchant for eating his own droppings.
In episode five, Graeme met overprotective terrier Marney, who has not allowed anyone new into her owner's life after she helped her through a relationship breakdown.
Sorry, just couldn't resist :wink: #cheesy @JLR_News @LandRover- Graeme Hall (@GraemeDogfather) May 25, 2019
We will be filming Series 2 of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly soon.
Want to take part...?
Email [email protected]
or call 020 7598 7365#LandRover #classiccars #beonashow #DogsBehavingVeryBadly #Channel5 #getinvolved pic.twitter.com/IEX3FiR5eM
And he also meets Irish terrier Albert, who makes their owners' lives impossible by guarding the front door non-stop.
So there it is: if you are having doggo troubles get in touch with the Dogfather now.
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