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Graeme Hall to tackle more badly behaved dogs on Channel 5

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Graeme Hall to tackle more badly behaved dogs on Channel 5

The expert trainer will be dealing with more badly-behaved mutts on the channel early next year

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly is returning to Channel 5 this January.

Master dog trainer Graeme Hall will be travelling the length and breadth of the country, giving his no nonsense advice, easy to follow training techniques and long lasting fixes to even more desperate and exhausted owners who are at their wit’s end with their four legged friends.

In the opening episode of the new series, Graeme has a real diva on his hands. St Bernard Tilly loves to make a song and dance about getting in the car. So going on any journey, no matter how small, is a big stress for her owners. She makes a mountain out of mealtimes too.

Things have gotten so bad with this diva’s demands, that Nick and Jacky are being held prisoner in their own home – by a furry 11 stone ball and chain. Can Graeme set them free?

Maltipoo Maisie should be the perfect mascot for aspiring fashionista Charlotte, but she’s turning heads for all the wrong reasons. Every time a trendy East London pooch struts their stuff anywhere near Maisie, she mouths off and it’s a constant cause of embarrassment for Charlotte.

Collie, Holly, has a dark obsession with shadows. So intense is her compulsion that she chases them everywhere and the only way to pull the curtains on her habit is total darkness. Owners John and Megan are beside themselves, but Graeme has a very simple solution.

Armed with over 15  years of  training, Graeme gets the results the owners want for their dogs. His mantra is simple, “Any Dog, Any Age, Any Problem.”

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly TX’s from Tuesday 3rd January 2023 at 8pm on Channel 5

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