Channel 5 Is Looking For Naughty Doggos For New Series Of ‘Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly’
The show features dog trainer extraordinaire Graeme Hall as he tackles some of the UK's most badly behaved pups, and looks into finding "long lasting solutions for dogs with issues".
'The Dogfather' Graeme looks at every type of misbehaving dog, from greedy pups that love to steal sausages to over protective doggos who guard their families a little too strictly.
Check out a snippet from the last series:
Now, he's looking for new furry subjects to work his magic on, with casting for the third season of the show now underway.
The news was confirmed by Avalon Factual to our friends at LADbible, and given that we've just spent lockdown with our four legged friends, we're sure there are going to be a lot of owners who are at their whits end with their dog's bad habits.
The company advised those looking to "receive Graeme's expert advice" to get in touch with them and explain why they need help.
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"If you feel your dog could benefit from Graeme's help or you'd just simply like to know more about the show then please contact the team on [email protected] or call 020 7598 7365," Avalon Factual said.
The company added that production was "Covid-19 safe" and that they would be "following all government guidelines," and "[adapting] filming protocols in line with those".
In the past, Graeme has worked with over 5,000 dogs, and his motto is "any dog, any age, any problem".
Dogs to previously feature on the programme include aggressive border collie Bella, who terrorised her local neighbourhood, and Butty, who took a disliking to all the female members of her household, for no apparent reason.
The dog whisperer also previously met with Dave the French bulldog with a penchant for eating his own droppings, and overprotective terrier Marney, who has not allowed anyone new into her owner's life after she helped her through a relationship breakdown.
Does your pup have one of these issues? Or perhaps there is something else they're doing which is making them a bit of a nightmare?
Get in touch with Graeme and let him work his magic.
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