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SANDY, an 18 month old Golden Retriever, is placidly homeward bound as he is photographed Featured A Dog's Life Print

SANDY, an 18 month old Golden Retriever, is placidly homeward bound as he is photographed

SANDY, an 18 month old Golden Retriever, is placidly homeward bound as he is photographed here, teeth clamped into the wicker basket which contains the family joint. Owned by Mr F C Clarke of Bedminster, Bristol, the dog is uniquely tempttion-resistant. mr Clarke sends him half a mile to the butcher shop, unaccompanied, for the family meat rations. And, although the succulent smell of raw meat hovers only an inch below his nostrils, Sandy has never yet stopped for refreshment on the homeward journey

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A Dogs Dinner, 19th August 1963 In honour of his first birthday, dalmation Shawclough Featured A Dog's Life Print

A Dogs Dinner, 19th August 1963 In honour of his first birthday, dalmation Shawclough

A Dog's Dinner, 19th August 1963
In honour of his first birthday, dalmation Shawclough Buchaneer - known as Jasper - was given a slap-up birthday party, to which his master, cinema owner George Batty, invited all Jasper's friends - all with distinguished pedigree, of course, like Jasper. The guests, 12 of them, were invited by gilt edged invitation and were treated to liver, biscuits, bones, 10 pints of milk and, of course, a large birthday cake. There was no spotted dog on the menu!
Photo Shows: Jasper gets ready to tuck in

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Whenever she went out in the car Mischief a three year old spaniel owned by Trisha Featured A Dog's Life Print

Whenever she went out in the car Mischief a three year old spaniel owned by Trisha

Whenever she went out in the car Mischief a three year old spaniel owned by Trisha Bingham, who lives near Eastbourne, came back crying. Because she loves sticking her head out of the window, her ears used to ache and her eyes run. Now, Trisha has found the solution- an old world war I style flying helmet. It keeps Mischief snug and warm, and the goggles stop dust getting in her eyes

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