Britain's naughtiest dog sought out for new Channel 5 documentary

19 June 2019, 14:06

Is your dog the naughtiest in the land? Read on...
Is your dog the naughtiest in the land? Read on... Picture: Getty

Is your pet pooch the naughtiest dog in town? We have good news for you...

Channel 5 is looking for Britain's naughtiest dog for a new documentary about the most mischievous pooches in the country.

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The first season of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly was a big hit with viewers, and producers are hoping to replicate its success with a new series featuring a new set of dogs.

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Owners of rebellious pooches are able to get help from Graeme Hall - AKA the 'Dogfather' - which will then be documented on the show.

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Graeme has worked with around 5,000 dogs in his 10 years in the role, and he has tweeted that filming for the new series will start next month.

He wrote: "We will be filming Series 2 of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly soon."

Producers are particularly keen for puppies to apply for the show, but are open to hearing from all dogs.

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Season one became a big hit with viewers, after they were taken with such troubled pups as two miniature schnauzers with an 'attitude problem'.

Interested? Of course you are. Email dogs@avalonuk.com or call 020 7598 7365 to apply.