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Minnie
Annie
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We know we have a friendly group of dog-walkers here in Henbury. One of the group has been kind enough to let us have some photos and tells us that a waggy tail welcomes three new four-legged friends to the village.

These are two "Cockapoos" (Cocker Spaniel x Poodle) Eccles and Annie (bottom two pictures). They are a brother and sister who are six months old, and full of fun and energy.

There is also Minnie — a Tibetan Terrier x Miniature Poodle. She is full of energy and loves chewing sticks, furniture and toes! She starts puppy school in March.

Say hello if you see them. And if you would like us to publish a photo of your dog, or you have any "dog-walking" tales — email us at editor@henbury.org.

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