“Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia” has started filming in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland this week.

Network 10 said the program was part of its commitment to local productions.

The show will be hosted by the U.K. version’s Graeme Hall, who is said to have reformed over 5,000 dogs in the past decade.

“I’m so excited to be here in Australia and I can’t wait to meet all the dogs Down Under,” the host said.

Promotional material for the show said: “Australia is a nation of dog lovers, but what happens when our cuties turn into chaos agents?… From staffies to schnauzers, cavoodles to chihuahuas, no pooch has proven too difficult for our Master Trainer over in Blighty.

“Graeme is ready to take Australia’s dog owners to task. But will the Yorkshireman’s mantra of ‘Any dog, any age, any problem’ ring true Down Under?”

“Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly” kicked off in the U.K. in 2019 and has so far run for five seasons.

In Australia, Season 1 and Season 2 are available via the Seven Network’s 7Plus streaming platform.

Other local productions in the works for Network 10 this year include a revived “Location, Location, Location”, which will be hosted by Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie, as well as the drama “Paper Dolls”, which is currently in production.