Channel 5 show Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly has put a call-out for naughty dogs to star in its second season.

A call-out on the Channel 5 website reads: "If you need Graeme's help with your dog's bad behaviour and would like to take part in the next series of Dogs Behaving Very Badly please contact the production team at or call 020 7598 7365."

The show is fronted by Elinor’s husband, dog trainer Graeme Hall (aka the 'Dogfather'), who finds long-term solutions for a variety of pooch-related problems.

He tweeted recently to say ‘filming for the second season would begin soon’

The first series of the show was a hit with viewers, covering everything from super-strong Labradors, bereaved Terriers and aggressive Collies through to stroppy Bassett Hounds.
In season one, Graeme also met two miniature schnauzers with an 'attitude problem', who had such a bad reputation in their area that they were known locally as the Krays - yup, the notorious London criminals! 

You can still watch Season 1 on My5 is you missed it earlier in the year.