Some people watch Pooch Perfect for the adorable dogs, some watch it for the stunning historical architecture.
But did you know the estate where the BBC series is being filmed is in Kent? Here's all you need to know about the pups' luxury stay.
Oxon Hoath, in Hadlow near Tonbridge, was first built in 1372 - almost 650 years ago - by Sir John Culpepper, a Knight of King Henry V.
It was built to be a stately home for aristocratic families to call home and as a royal park for the Kingdom’s oxen and deer.
For hundreds of years, the estate was the ancestral home to 11 Knights of the Realm.
Many of these noble residents continued to enhance the house and grounds, resulting in a wide range of classic architectural styles giving the estate its unique character.
The Oxon Hoath gardens are the last unaltered parterre gardens in England, where plants are grown in a pattern formation to decorate a garden.
The last enhancement made to the estate was in 1846, when Sir William Geary commissioned to build the mansard dome and the chateau tower - giving the building a more french gothic aesthetic.
Since 1999, the estate has been used as a retreat and conference venue for weddings, parties and meetings.
The family still owns the estate, to ensure the 73 acres of historic gardens and architecture is preserved.
Since 2013, work has been done to restore a two acre Georgian walled garden where fresh produce is grown for visitors, such as the cast of Pooch Perfect.
The idea of the show is to put 16 professional dog-groomers from around the country to the test and find the Top Dog Groomer to win The Golden Stanley trophy.
You can watch the next episode next Thursday evening for all the beautifully groomed pooches - but we want to see the worst fresh cut your furry friend has ever fell victim to.
Send in pictures of your pups terrible (and maybe a little bit funny) pup's haircut to firstname.lastname@example.org