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About the Show

Better Homes and Gardens offers viewers a practical and easy guide to creating great food, a beautiful garden and a warm and friendly home. Join presenter Johanna Griggs and established team of experts – Graham Ross (Horticulturalist), Dr Harry Cooper (Vet), Rob Palmer (DIY), Ed Halmagyi (Fast Food presenter), Jason Hodges (landscaper), Karen Martini (food presenter) and Tara Dennis (interior expert) – and see the homes and gardens come alive. Each episode is packed full of inspirational ideas and achievable decorating, DIY, craft, food and gardening projects. It’s all about better living.

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Posted by Roscel Phillip •3d ago • Report
Dear Dr Harry,
We need help! We have a 1year and a month old German Shepherd x Labrador who keeps wondering on the highway, we don't know what to do, please help us. Bruno is his name and we love him dearly and it breaks my heart to keep him on a chain, as we don't want him to get run over on the highway. Please help us
Posted by Jennifer1477 •11d ago • Report
Excuse me doctor Harry... I'm hoping for a little help with my staffy.. He's perfect except for when I have the hiccups. HE FREAKS OUT! I cannot work out why and I cannot work out how to fix it! I hiccup & next minute, he's running for cover. You always know what to do with the weirdo dogs... And I've got one! Please help me!!
Posted by Teigan15 •12d ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry,
I need help!
I have a 9 month old male Pomeranian x Chihuahua who keeps chewing on my power cords! I have tried duct taping them and putting pepper and chilli sauce on them but he still goes for it!
How do I get him to stop when I'm not home and so I won't need to lock him in the laundry??? He recently chewed thru my heater cord, so now my heater won't work!
Please help before he gets himself electrocuted or I have to get rid of him!!
Posted by Lauren1519 •15d ago • Report
Hey you legend!!

So to cut a long story short, my best friends 21st is coming up & she's had a super rough year. I'm making a scrap book of friends and family holding signs saying 'HAPPY 21st. I'm wondering if you'd be able to make this birthday gift 1000x more special buy taking a photo holding some paper saying the same?
You'd make a girl very very happy
Posted by Sarani •20d ago • Report
Dear Dr Harry,

PLEASE HELP US! We have a 6 years old Jack Russell, he barks for everything and runs the house. We can’t have visitors or we can’t leave the house without his hassles, he starts to bark since we starts to leave the house and tear the front door (there’s not much left on the door now). This is very irritating and tried to distract him by giving snacks every time we go out, but still bark. When we have visitors they have to stay in one place if they move he barks, because of the dog not many friends or family visiting us now.

We dearly love him and he is a big part of our family, so we don’t want to lose him over his backing habit.

Desperately need your help!!!

Posted by Kimberly124 •20d ago • Report
Help Dr Harry!!! My family and I have a 6 month old Groodle (golden retriever x poodle) and he keeps jumping and ramming into the glass sliding door. We have an alfresco which has glass sliding doors around it and no curtains so he can see us all the time. I'm worried he's going to eventually go through the glass!! We have tried ignoring him and not even looking that way, giving him different toys and treats to keep him busy and I have now lined our outside chairs along the windows but he continues to jump as the door which I can't block. What do we do????
Posted by Natalie1464 •21d ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry,

I have a 3 year old Golden Retriever who constantly eats her feces, I've tried picking it up daily but she buries some before I get to it. Her breath stinks and I have a 15 month old baby who she licks in the face. Can you help??
Posted by Kathryn628 •4w ago • Report
Dear Dr Harry,

We have a 9 month old beagle called Max and every time we put him outside or we leave the house he barks non-stop. He has done this ever since we got him when he was 8 weeks old, We have tried various techniques but nothing has seemed to work, we know that beagles can be known for this and their stubborn nature, but is there anything else we can do?

Posted by Marianne193 •5w ago • Report
Dear Dr Harry,

Please help me!!! I am tearing my hair out as my two cats are peeing all over the place despite having litter trays available. I have sent you a comment through the feedback form.
Much appreciated for your comments and hopefully a solution to my problem.


Posted by Josie36 •6w ago • Report
Looking for recipes for lemonade fruit tree please