Australia’s Dog Whisperer Returns 23 July on Channel 10

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia

Master dog trainer Graeme Hall is back on 10 this July 23, and he’s on a mission to help Australia’s most problematic pooches and their owners. With six million dogs in the country, Hall has his work cut out, but he’s determined to bring order to the canine chaos.

The new season of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia sees Hall crisscrossing the continent, encountering a range of quirky and challenging dogs. From small fry to big biters, no dog is too much for Hall, who has successfully helped over 5,000 dogs and their owners in the UK.

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So, what furry friends will Hall be facing down under? There’s a family of chaotic Chihuahuas, a Dachshund with a hoover habit, a barking Old English Sheepdog, a cyclophobic Kelpie, and a pooch with a penchant for karate. No behavior is too odd for Hall, and he’s determined to offer practical solutions to desperate owners.

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Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia premieres Tuesday, 23 July, at 7.30 pm on 10 and 10 Play.

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