GRAEME Hall has become known as the Dogfather among his fans as he has transformed thousands of naughty dogs up and down the country.
but who is the man at the end of the lead? Here's everything you need to know.
Who is Graeme Hall?
Graeme Hall is a TV presenter and dog trainer who is based in rural Warwickshire.
He grew up in Yorkshire before working as an executive for 21 years at the Weetabix cereal company.
His career dramatically changed direction after he trained as a professional dog trainer while he was on gardening leave.
Unusual for a dog trainer, Graeme didn’t have his own dog until his 40s as he discovered his passion relatively late in life.
It all kicked off when he got his two Rottweilers, Axel and Gordon.
Graeme would work endlessly to ensure their training was done correctly as Rottweilers are an important breed to train right.
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He then started his new business www.dogfather.co.uk.
The dog trainer now passes his knowledge to others, with hundreds travelling across the country for his expertise.
His famous motto is "Any dog, any age, any problem".
What TV shows has Graeme Hall presented?
Graeme shot to fame in 2019 with the launch of Channel 5’s Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly.
He got the TV contract after impressing bosses with appearances on programmes like This Morning and also got himself some celebrity clients, including Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne.
On the show he finds long-term solutions for dogs with behavioural issues including barking, pulling on the leads, and eating absolutely everything and anything.
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The good news is if you want the Dogfather's services they are open to all those across the UK.
However, this will set you back at least £875.
The details can be found on thedogfather.co.uk and to book you can call 0333 006 40 55 and pay a £250 deposit.
As he states on the website: “I’ll come to see your dogs in your environment, so if there’s a dog behaviour problem you’d like me to see, we can go on a walk or to where the problem happens.
"I’ll listen to what you need and give you the right advice to get you back on track."
Is Graeme Hall married and does he have any children?
Graeme is married to accountant Elinor Perry-Hall.
She is the managing director of an investment firm called Pentlands, where she has worked for the last 20 years.
The couple got married in 2017 and don’t have any children.
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But they are proud parents to black Labrador/Boxer cross Lilydog, who Graeme often shares updates about on his social media pages.
Check out his Instagram for all the latest information on what he's doing next and of course some adorable dog photos @dogfather.graeme
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