Fed up of your pupper pinching your favourite slippers? Or is your dog getting to your perfectly cooked meal before you even get a look in? Well, you’re in luck – because the guys at Channel 5 have announced Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly series 4.
If you’ve been under a rock and haven’t seen the hit Channel 5 show, Master dog trainer Graeme Hall, or ‘The Dog Father’, attempts to solve dog (and owners) behavioural problems up and down the country, using his experience to find quick but long-lasting solutions.
Posting to social media, dog trainer Graeme Hall announced the news: “Great news 📢 A new series of Dogs Behaving Very Badly 🐶 will be coming to your TV screens 📺 in the new year.
“We’re back on @channel5_tv on Tuesday evenings from 4th January.”
The Yorkshireman said in his video about the new series of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly: “It’s the biggest series yet, 15 episodes. Some really great stories in there. And, I can’t wait for it to be out there.”
If you haven’t watched the show already (and if not, you should – it’s very entertaining!), expert handler Graeme Hall travels around the country helping exhausted dog owners, some of whom are at their wit’s end, fix their pet’s bad habits. And Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly series 4 is sure to have more of the same.
The training involves anything from those with violent and possessive traits to the more affable pooches with endearing habits such as pinching food or play-nipping – Graeme has tricks up his sleeve for every issue, and it’s a heartwarming affair when the owner’s lives are changed for the better as a result of their dog’s newfound good behaviour.
How much does Graeme Hall charge?
Even if your doggo is a well-behaved pup, you can still pick up some great tips from Graeme Hall on Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly, or just enjoy watching smugly at the things you already do with your doggo.
According to his website, Graeme will chrage around £875 if you want a private session with Graeme, – if you live in certain areas of England. It’ll cost more if Graeme needs to travel further.
Following two years of success with hit Channel 5 show Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly, a hit book and a highly popular podcast, the UK’s ‘number one dog trainer’ Graeme Hall is set to embark on a national tour – bringing his ‘puppy prowess’ to the stage for the first time ever.
If you’d like to watch the previous seasons head on over to the Channel 5 website.