The brand-new Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly episode airing on Channel 5 was filmed at Pisces Country Park where his dog owners have a holiday lodge
Master dog trainer Graeme Hall has taken on the challenge of helping a couple who have a holiday lodge in Welney, Norfolk and a dog who is not keen on them fishing!
Lodge owners Linda and Sue enjoy spending time fishing at Pisces Country Park – located Cambridgeshire/Norfolk border – but their Scottie cross dog Hugo gets hugely excited at the sight of fishing rods in action, and so is prone to barking as soon as he sees the fishing rods being picked up.
‘While Hugo enjoys being out by the lake, he has a habit of barking the moment we pick up the rods,’ explains Linda. Fishing is a relaxing sport and the surroundings are beautiful where we are and so this is a problem that we needed help with. We have to take the other lodge owners into consideration and so we thought we would call in the master dog trainer to help.’
‘It was lovely to meet Graeme and he certainly made a difference with his ideas and tips but it’s not an overnight fix and so we are still working on Hugo!’
Following a successful 4-part series going behind the scenes at the UK’s top veterinary hospital in The Dog Hospital with Graeme Hall last year, Graeme Hall is back to carry on solving pooch problems, with a new sixth series of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Tuesdays at 8pm on Channel 5. He travels the length and breadth of the country meeting exhausted owners with their out of control and unruly four-legged friends, desperate for his no nonsense advice, easy to follow training techniques and long lasting fixes.
The Pisces Country Park is situated on a 20-acre site featuring beautifully landscaped lawns, shrubs and wooded areas – it is the ideal location for those who enjoy peace and tranquillity and above all getting away from busy everyday life.
Established in the 1940s as a tench fishery, Pisces Country Park has three lakes heavily stocked with carp, pike, tench, roach and bream. It has won the David Bellamy Conservation Gold Awards for countryside achievement and been recommended by some of the country’s most famous anglers – including Bob Nudd MBE who is now angling ambassador for the park.
For more information on the holiday parks please call 0800 048 5326 or visit www.holidayparkhomes.co.uk
For more info on Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly please contact Lucy Plosker at Avalon on [email protected]