From terrifying terriers to labradors on the loose, Dogs Behaving Very Badly is back with dog trainer Graeme Hall in tow to sort out the nation’s unruly mutts.

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly airs on Channel 5 on Tuesday, February 5th at 8 pm.

Graeme is ready to get the participating dogs’s behavioural problems in check and if you’re struggling with a less than perfect pooch at home then here’s how to apply for the show…
Graeme Hall and his Rottweiler. Talent/Dogfather. UK/Coventry

How to Apply for Dogs Behaving Very Badly

If you have a dog that’s ruling the roost or simply ruining your life then why not apply to the show?

If you want to take part in Dogs Behaving Badly look out on social media or email [email protected].

Channel 5 has both a Twitter and Instagram feed to keep you up-to-date.

Who is Trainer Graeme Hall?

Graeme Hall, also known as The Dogfather, is one of the U.K’s top dog trainers and behaviourists.

He’s based in Warwickshire & Northamptonshire but states on his website that he can come to people anywhere in Britain.

So far Graeme has worked with 4942 dogs.

For one-to-one training prices start at £745 which includes e-mail and telephone support for as long as you have your furry friend.

Who is on Episode 3?

In episode 3 master trainer Graeme Hall does his best to conquer some dog behavioural problems.

Cambridgeshire couple Julie and Mark struggle to enjoy their retirement due to their cocker spaniel Doug’s destructive behaviour.

Graeme also visits a family struggling with a Rottweiler/Rhodesian ridgeback cross puppy Diego and later heads to Derby, where he meets two miniature schnauzers.
Graeme Hall and Beverley Room with Mini Schnauzers Alfie and Archie, 4 years old/ Mini Schnauzers. UK/Derby