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The popular show takes badly-behaved pets and helps transform them into model citizens, with the help of Graeme 'The Dogfather' Hall.
Having worked with thousands of dogs and their owners over the years, he's witnessed pretty much every type of bad behaviour going - and believes that no dog is necessarily naughty, some just need a bit of guidance to learn right from wrong.
And now he's back to sort out more of the nation's unruly pooches, with Avalon Factual - the production company behind the show - confirming to LADbible that Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly is currently recruiting dogs for the new series, following 'overwhelming success' of the previous three instalments.
Hordes of people have become pet owners in the past year, with the lifestyle changes of lockdown encouraging many people to finally take the plunge.
But those new to it may now be struggling with the reality of an untrained pup, while others who have been dog lovers for years may have found their beloved four-legged friends a bit harder to handle while being cooped up indoors.
The show's synopsis from Avalon reads: "Britain is a nation of dog lovers, but what happens when domestic bliss turns to chaos? Luckily, there's someone you can call.
"Master dog trainer, Graeme Hall is on a mission to restore harmony across the country. And with over 12 years' experience, he has built his reputation on finding quick but long-lasting fixes to almost any unwanted dog behaviour, helping to train over 5,000 canines and their owners. His mantra is clear: 'Any Dog, Any Age, Any Problem.'
"The series follows the work of the highly experienced dog behaviour expert, Graeme Hall, AKA 'The Dogfather', as he travels across Britain to help out-of-control dogs and their desperate owners - transforming their home life in the process. Graeme meets three tricky dogs in every episode and uses his fool-proof techniques to fix their behaviour in record time."
It adds: "Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly was an instant success on Channel 5 reaching a ratings high of 1.7m (53% over the benchmark) and has already aired a second season and celebrity special since its premiere."
If you're interested in taking part in series four of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly, contact Avalon Factual on [email protected]
Featured Image Credit: Channel 5
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