POOCH Perfect is the lockdown TV that we've all been in need of.
Dog lovers across Britain have been tuning in to watch the dog grooming show and are keen to know if there will be another series. We've got the lowdown…
Will there be a season 2 of Pooch Perfect?
It has not yet been confirmed whether Pooch Perfect is heading for the axe or if it will be renewed for a second season.
It has certainly been a hit with viewers.
One fan wrote on Twitter: "My mum and I have become obsessed with watching Pooch Perfect and I think I need to become a dog groomer."
Another wrote: "Going to miss #PoochPerfect when it finishes next week, absolutely brilliant show".
One said: "Pooch perfect is honestly the best program on TV so much love for dogs."
What is Pooch Perfect about?
Pooch Perfect is a BBC reality competition which sees 16 professional dog groomers compete over eight weeks to be crowned the best in their field in the UK.
The show give viewers an eye into the world of grooming, and shines a spotlight on to the industry and its highly-skilled professionals.
Each week, the groomers are given themed challenges and must reveal their creations on The Dogwalk before two judges, who will scrutinise their 'dos.
BBC bills the show: "Britain’s hairiest hounds get a makeover on the hunt for Britain’s best dog groomer.
"Sixteen professionals compete to see who can transform them into the smartest pooches in the land."
Who stars in Pooch Perfect on BBC One?
Sheridan is Pooch Perfect's enthusiastic presenter.
She shot to fame in 1999 starring as Ralf Little's girlfriend in The Royle Family, and was later paired with him for the long-running sitcom Two Pints of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps.
For two series she played Rudi, the sister of James Corden's character Smithy in the BBC sitcom Gavin And Stacey.
In 2012 she won a Bafta Award for the part of gangster Ronnie Biggs' wife in the series Mrs Biggs.
Verity, a professional dog groomer based in Yorkshire, makes up one half of the Pooch Perfect judging panel.
The talented dog groomer started out when she was just 18 and has been in the industry ever since.
Verity said it was difficult for her to judge the contestants.
She said: “I had to put emotions aside and be fair and that was the most important thing.
"It was so tough as each episode we sent home two groomers, which was emotional every time. They had all invested a lot by coming on the show.”
Colin, the other half of the judging panel, is also a professional dog groomer.
He trained at the London Academy of Grooming and has been giving pooches haircuts for over 35 years.
He now runs seminars and trains aspiring dog groomers.
Colin is certified by the UK City and Guilds and is also a Certified Master Groomer in the US.
He said: “I wanted to make sure the industry was put into a good light and represented truly.
“I wanted to do the industry justice, whilst educating people at home and raising awareness of the craft I am so proud to be a part of.”
Bolu is the resident vet on the BBC show, there to make sure all the dogs are happy and safe.
He studied Veterinary Medicine at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Budapest, before coming back to the UK and joining a Veterinary Practice in rural Kent.
In his BBC profile he reveals that when he's not working "he can be found in the gym, cooking up a storm in the kitchen or dancing like no one's watching."
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