Series Gone Forever???

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Series Gone Forever???

Post by Palermo Stephano » Fri Dec 07, 2007 8:23 pm

A few months ago, I recall reading on here that the show was to end. Forever. I even posted on said thread, yet I cannot find it.

Anyway, Victoria said this was indeed the case, and that the last series would be aired sometime before Xmas.

Has this yet happened?

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Post by Mattie » Sat Dec 08, 2007 1:23 pm

There is a series on chanel 4 at 12.30pm from Monday to Friday. I don't know if these are repeats or a new series.
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Post by BoardHost » Sat Dec 08, 2007 2:42 pm

The series currently airing daytimes on C4 is a repeat. There is another season yet to be aired which is currently scheduled to air in early 2008. More specific news on this and other projects will be posted on the homepage of this site when available.

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Post by Palermo Stephano » Sat Dec 08, 2007 6:24 pm

BoardHost wrote:The series currently airing daytimes on C4 is a repeat. There is another season yet to be aired which is currently scheduled to air in early 2008. More specific news on this and other projects will be posted on the homepage of this site when available.

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Thanks, I will look forward to seeing it.

Have you ever watched Dog Borstal, on BBC3?

I wonder what Victoria makes of the methods on there, and which of the three she feels resonates with her most, and furthermore, would she accept a role on that show, were it offered to her....

:idea:

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Series 5

Post by louisa » Sun May 04, 2008 12:21 pm

Is there any news on the new series yet ????

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Noooooooooooooooooo....

Post by HenrysDad » Sun May 04, 2008 6:04 pm

The show's gone? But...but...I love this show. We're just getting it within this year here in the U.S. ;_____;

I've learned so much from so little time in having our puppy and watching Victoria.

So there's going to be a new show? When and where and sign me up for BBC America. >_>

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Post by BoardHost » Mon May 05, 2008 8:48 am

As of now, It's Me or the Dog will not be shooting new episodes in the UK for Channel 4, but Channel 4 still has approximately 8 new episodes left to air. Airdates for these are still undetermined.

Animal Planet is currently showing all of the UK-based episodes, and is still premiering new (to the US) episodes at this point. There is a possibility of new US episodes sometime later this year.

Victoria is also working on a new project in the US now, details of which will be released shortly.

So while the UK will not be shooting any more new episodes of IMOTD, new episodes do still exist in both markets and the possibility for even more is very real. Hope that helps clarify things.

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Love the show and hope to see more!

Post by Me and my dogs » Tue May 06, 2008 12:51 pm

I just discovered this show about 8 months ago. I was at a behavior seminar to hear Jean Donaldson and everyone was talking about this show at break.

Until recently I've only caught occasional shows but now I can watch it faithfully.

I LOVE IT!

How exciting to finally see a real behaviorist w/ a TV show!

Now if they would just give Dr. Ian Dunbar or Dr. Patricia McConnell a show........................
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Post by HenrysDad » Wed May 07, 2008 3:28 am

BoardHost wrote: There is a possibility of new US episodes sometime later this year.

Victoria is also working on a new project in the US now, details of which will be released shortly.

So while the UK will not be shooting any more new episodes of IMOTD, new episodes do still exist in both markets and the possibility for even more is very real. Hope that hopes clarify things.

Best,
AWESOME! Thank you and please tell Victoria thank you and that she's got at least one crazy U.S. fanman on the West Coast! :D :D :D :D :D

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Post by Me and my dogs » Wed May 07, 2008 9:29 am

Hey hey now, HenrysDad!

What about me! :)

(and the fact that I plug this show to EVERYONE I meet - dog parks, the shelter I work at....... everywhere!)
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Post by spanielsrule » Wed May 07, 2008 3:37 pm

Now if they would just give Dr. Ian Dunbar or Dr. Patricia McConnell a show...............
Wow - a blast from the past! I've never seen Dr McConnell, but I used to love "Dogs with Dunbar"!
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Post by Me and my dogs » Wed May 07, 2008 10:16 pm

Both of them still travel and speak.

Patricia McConnell put out another book a year or two ago and writes a regular column for The Bark magazine (best dog magazine EVER).

Dr. Ian Dunbar still speaks at events too but I think he's cut way back. I think he's getting ready to (shudder) retire. He's a good man w/ good info and, by golly, another trainer w/ a charming accent. :)
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Post by Maxy24 » Sat May 10, 2008 8:33 pm

Now if they would just give Dr. Ian Dunbar or Dr. Patricia McConnell a show...............
You can say that again! Dr. Ian Dunbar tried back in the day but was rejected, people always prefer the instant "miracles" provided by punishment based "trainers", it's such a shame that people think it actually works and sticks in such a short time.

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LAST SERIES

Post by louisa » Tue Jun 03, 2008 8:15 am

The new series is on More 4 at 10.30am all this week 03/06/2008!!!

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