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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 Marcus123 •10d ago • Report
Hello, suggestion: Aqua scapeing... I think the last aqua scapeing segment Better Homes And Guardens did was 4 years ago, aqua scapeing techniques has evolved since then. and so has camera quality. I hope you take this suggestion into consideration. I also really quite enjoy you program. Thank you.
Posted by Rod202 •20d ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry, please help with some advice on how to stop my dog from eating poo. We have two Blue Heelers. One is older at 13 and a younger one (Blue x Smithsfield) that isn't quite 2. It's the younger one that has this disgusting behaviour. We have seen her find a few droppings and later they have vanished. We do worm our dogs and they get fed well enough. I'm writing as today whilst outside, I caught the young one watch the older dog do her business and she ran over and was about to pick it up and I caught her in the act. Help please.
Posted by Susan1920 •24d ago • Report
Dear Dr Harry, we have two Ruby Cavaliers, Saffron who is 4 and Sunshine who is 2. Recently when we go for walks Saffron chases birds and butterflies but she whines and cries on the lead its as if she is being beaten. We have tried letting her be the lead dog, tried saying a stern "NO" and tugging on the lead, We have also tried walking in other areas to try to desensitize her but to no avail . She is otherwise a very placid dog.. Just wondering if you have any solutions to offer us. Thank you
Posted by Renee1057 •5w ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry, my step children and I have rescued a gorgeous mini lop bunny. The kids would love it if you have time to follow her Instagram page indi_thebunny
She is settling in well, any tips for stopping her eating my plants?
Posted by Emma2613 •5w ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry,

I have a 2 year old cat that attacks my 4 year old english staffy. The aggression only seems to be towards him. I had her desexed but she still attacks him. How can i stop this?
Posted by Ricky85 •6w ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry,
We have just got an 8 week old female Lhasa Apso puppy called Ruby & already have a 8 year old male Lhasa Apso called Max. We are finding he does not like the new puppy and growls at her when she comes close to him to play. He will spend a lot of time in the back yard to get away from her now as knows she can't get through the doggy door. What is the best way to help Max to get used to Ruby and not worry about her near him?
Posted by Bryan102 •7w ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry
I have 2 australian Kelpies 1 of them keeps jumping up onto a fence trying to get into my exhibition Budgies
What is the best solution to solve this problem
I seen a remote spray that you had on 1 of your programs where can you purchase that from and would that be useful in this instance
Kind regards
Posted by Larissa161 •8w ago • Report
We have 2 kittens they are 5 mths old we have tried everything we have used a spray bottle with citrus in it. The cats keep jumping on the benchers we did spray from baby. How do we stop it???
Posted by Fiona1527 •9w ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry,

We recently rescued a three legged dog from the Animal Welfare League. He is a mixed breed of a medium size (20kg) and is approximately 1.2 years old. We also have a cat and a small dog. In the last week our new dog has started attacking our cat which is very worrying and frightening . A couple of weeks ago he killed a baby brush turkey. Now he is trying to harm the cat.Please can you help!
Posted by Joanne1654 •10w ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry, i ahve a 2 yr old female maltese and for the last couple of months she attacks any one she doesnt know who enters our home. She actually nipped my brother inlaw last week. How do i stop this please..Also she barks at any little noise, its doing my head in lol. Hope you can help :)