Graeme Hall Perfectly Imperfect Puppy

When raising a puppy, we all want to make sure we’re doing it right, but sometimes the unrealistic expectations of perfection can be overwhelming. The truth is no one is perfect, so cut yourself a little slack; bringing up a puppy who’s imperfectly perfect for you makes much more sense. Over the last eighteen months, there have been around 2 million new puppies bought, and lots of first-time owners. With a huge proportion of the UK now spending a lot more time at home with their newly acquired pups, the nation has never needed the Dogfather’s advice more. In his brand new book, Graeme Hall ‘The Dogfather’, star of Channel 5’s Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly, outlines his tried and tested programme to training well-behaved, happy puppies. Having worked with over 5,000 dogs, Graeme Hall has a unique understanding of the early developmental period. Now he is here to help with his stress-free guide to training and caring for your puppy, so they grow into a contented, well-adjusted dog. From choosing the right puppy for your lifestyle (including the benefits of a rescue or disabled puppy) and preparing for them to come home, to the crucial socialisation period, early training and adolescence, Graeme covers everything you need to know. All whilst providing useful insight and research into puppy behaviour which will prevent problems later in life. Perfectly Imperfect Puppy gives expert advice on how you can give your puppy the best start, breaking down why techniques work, so you get the best results, leading to a happy home for everyone.

Graeme Hall ‘The Dogfather’ has been described by the Telegraph as ‘Britain’s best dog trainer’ and crisscrosses the country helping dog and puppy owners with behaviour problems. He’s worked from the Scottish Highlands to the Channel Islands (and pretty-much everywhere in between). His motto is ‘Any dog, any age, any problem’. Graeme is the presenter of hit Channel 5 show Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly, currently on its fourth series. He has also given his expert advice to various celebrities, is a regular guest on daytime TV sofas, has his own podcast Talking Dogs and is a columnist with the Sunday Times. Graeme is on tour throughout the UK during 2022. His first book All Dogs Great & Small spent four weeks in the Sunday Times Top 10 Bestsellers list in 2021 and is published in paperback on 3rd February 2022

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Thursday 20th October, 6.00pm

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Dorford Centre, Bridport Road

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Adults: £10.00

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