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Channel 4 are returning to The Dog Academy for a second series, it's been revealed. Applications are currently open, looking for dog owners across the country in despair over their unruly pets.

The Academy will help our most difficult dogs and their most desperate owners. A crack team of Britain’s top specialist trainers will instruct beleaguered owners in dog management skills and dog psychology.

Dogs and their owners will receive separate training designed to help owners build long-lasting, positive relationships with their furry friends. And audiences will be offered a chance to see how dog and owner fare as they try to put their new skills to use.

Rita Daniels, Commissioning Editor for Channel 4 previously said: “The Dog Academy is a comprehensive and judgement-free place to solve an issue that a lot of viewers will be able to relate to – problematic pups. As well as helping the dogs and owners who come to the Academy, we hope our series will help viewers at home pick up loads of valuable tips and tricks too.”

The Dog Academy is an 8x60” produced by Five Mile Films, the makers of the RTS award winning The Dog House for Channel 4.

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