Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia

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Meade wrote that PPGA revealed Ten responded to its concern by offering the guild a credit on the show, an offer which was rejected, while RSPCA Australia senior communications officer Tim Hurd said the society was opposed to the use and promotion of aversive dog-training techniques.

UPDATE 18/7

such a shame Julia Moris tried to make it the julia moris show, severly over cooked naration

George and his dog are on tonight’s episode.

The Dogfather is back! In Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, Leanna is living in darkness for fear of her Maltese Shih Tzu being set off by the outside world.

Can Graeme come to Leanna’s rescue?

Most Aussie cattle dogs love nothing more than the great outdoors, but stereotypes are put to the test when Graeme receives a distress call about Clyde, the cattle dog who freaks out when it’s time to go walkies.

Back in Sydney, Graeme heads to Bankstown to meet a master manipulator… and his dog.

Survivor star, George Mladenov, has outplayed and outwitted some of the fiercest competitors on Australian TV .

But George may have met his match in Maltese terrier, Douglas, whose insatiable appetite for human food is making a nightmare of family mealtimes. In this fierce battle of wills, who will come out top dog?

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Casting is now open for dog owners to take part in season 2.

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Series one final is 7 September.

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Despite the series premiere being postponed twice due to MasterChef and then FIFA Women’s World Cup, I think the first season did a decent job for 10, holding itself in the 7.30pm timeslot against Home and Away and live NRL.

Hopefully next year’s season two will run longer than the eight episodes, it could easily go for 13-16 episodes.

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Less is more.

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Upfront renewal announcement

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Problematic Pooches Meet Their Match.

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia. Premieres Tuesday, 23 July At 7.30pm On 10 And 10 Play.

Never fear the Dogfather is here!

Master dog trainer Graeme Hall is back on Australian soil for a new season of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia, armed with his unwavering mantra - "Any Dog, Any Age, Any Problem”.

Join Graeme as he criss-crosses the continent to meet with some of the country’s most quirky, puzzling and challenging (yet adorable) canines.

With a nation brimming with six million dogs, Graeme is determined to bring order to the chaos and offer practical solutions to desperate dog owners grappling with their furry friends’ antics.

From a family of cheeky Chihuahuas causing chaos, to a hoover-hungry Dachshund, a bad-mannered barking machine Old English Sheepdog, a Kelpie suffering a case of cyclophobia, a karate kid pooch and a stage five clinger… no dog behaviour is too big, too small or too far-fetched. Graeme has seen it all.

While our expert handler Graeme has successfully helped over 5,000 people and their four-legged friends in the UK, can he tame our Aussie pups so this loveable pack go from bad to behaved? To find out, tune in Tuesday, 23 July at 7.30pm on 10 and 10 Play.

Until then, enjoy your sneak peek below of the all-new season:

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Very brave move starting a new show on the same week as the Paris Olympics begin, and airing through the two weeks of the Games.

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Brave? They have to air something, and this is not a marquee show for them. Produced internally and didn’t set the ratings world alight last year, I think they’ve scheduled it knowing it won’t do overly well but it certainly provides an alternative.

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Bur it’s not new. It’s returning. They can’t just run dead for two weeks. They repeat these so often that viewers can catch up in a few weeks anyway. :wink:

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BTW - Julia Morris is back as narrator for season 2.