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Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly: Episode 3 / Channel 5 18 Jan 2022

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Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly: Episode 3

Graeme Hall tries to help attention-seeking pup Tinkerbell, who won’t give her owner a moment’s peace – including wanting to join her in the shower. He also comes to the aid of grandmother Tracey, whose German Shepherd Oakley, whose bad behaviour is leaving her feeling isolated and unable to enjoy caravanning holidays with her family.

Master dog trainer Graeme Hall finds long-lasting solutions for dogs with issues.

Season 4 Episode 3
Runtime: 60 minutes
Time: 20:00
Airdate: 18 Jan 2022
Network: Channel 5

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