Dogs Behaving Badly
The original version of the documentary that reveals what our canine companions get up to while we're out and how we can keep them happy in the modern British home.
Following the public response to the original programme, vet Mark Evans looks again at how our lives and those of our dogs have radically changed in the last 50 years in this update episode
Almost half of Britain's dogs are fat. This episode explores how weight problems can lead to more serious health risks, and what we can do to help them.
Some dogs are hard to handle and when they show aggression it can be a serious issue for owners
It's not common to associate dogs with mental health issues but some of our pooches are displaying symptoms, from compulsive behaviours and chronic fears to unusual behaviour like traffic-chasing
In this live, interactive programme, Mark Evans and a panel of dog behaviourists reveal the results of the survey launched in Dogs: Their Secret Lives to help improve canine contentment
Mark Evans catches up with some of the fat, aggressive and difficult dogs featured in earlier episodes. How are they getting on following the expert advice that their owners received?
German shepherds Tasha and Kes's owners have to lead separate lives to keep their battling dogs apart. Tiny Chihuahua Marley is a big nuisance as he marks his territory throughout his house.
Labrador Jaycee recycles her waste, while pointer Loki destroys her own home. Plus: how to get to know your dog better, and how to deal with dogs that don't want to share.
German shepherd Ellie's quite the escape artist. Springer spaniel Ozzy is a medical mystery. Plus: the programme explores the unique psychology behind the human-dog bond.