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Have you an untrainable dog? Get in touch with Channel 5

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UK Channel 5 is searching for candidates for the third series of its Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly, and Production company Avalon Factual is ready to receive your rovers.

By Nick Whittle

Published on the 31/07/2020, 10:00, Updated on the 08/02/2021, 13:26

Does your dog obsess about food and seek out every opportunity to steal something from your lap? Or does it use that cream rug in the living room as a toilet? If your dog is one of countless thousands that disobeys its owner and creates havoc you may want to consider getting involved in the third series of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly.

Humane correction

The observational documentary has been running since 2019 and is now about to launch into its third series. The show reveals the work of dog trainer Graeme Hall who attempts to correct the behaviour of unruly canines.


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Mr Hall believes the antisocial behaviours of a dog are not due to its wish to deliberately annoy its owner but rather an unconscious unawareness of the rules of the house. If those rules are not forcibly (and humanely) employed, the dog is not made fully aware of its boundaries, and ‘misbehaves’.


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Avalon Factual is now seeking to bring forth dogs that are considered by their owners to be exceptionally unruly. Owners can either email the team at dogs@avalonuk.com or call 020 7598 7365.

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