If you’re fed up of having to leg it after your dog in the park or having guests fearful of entering your home, it might be time to bring in the experts.
Exhausted dog owners are being encouraged to sign up their naughty pets for the new series of Channel 5’s Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly with ‘The Dogfather’ Graeme Hall.
Master dog trainer Graeme prides himself on being to transform the relationship owners have with their dogs, meeting three pets each episode and aiming to correct their bad habits in record time.
Following the success of the first three series, production company Avalon is on the lookout for troublesome pups to feature in the latest instalment of the show, regardless of breed, age or behavioural problems, as reported by Ladbible.
So if you’ve got a dog during lockdown and you’re struggling to socialise it, or your four-legged friend has simply always been a bit of a handful, it might be perfect opportunity to save you from splashing out on weeks of training school.
The show’s summary 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.
“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.”
Think you could do with Graeme’s help? Send an email to the production team at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.