Corrie Dogs – Where are they All?

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Can you spot a dog?

The Barlows have Border Terrier Eccles and Maria has Black Labrador Ozzy, both seldom seen now. That’s all.  Tina murdered in the street but no bedtime dog walkers about.

There are no other dogs are now seen walking the cobbles, but 25% of UK households own a dog. (I don’t remember seeing a dog in the Red Rec either).  In the most recent survey this year, the PFMA (Pet food Manufacturers Association) found that there are now 9 million dogs in the UK (24% of households) and 8 million cats (17% of all households).

Dogs: 9 million (24% of households)

4. Cats: 8 million (17% of households)

– See more at: http://www.pfma.org.uk/pet-population-2014#sthash.fsIigsw8.dpuf

Dogs: 9 million (24% of households)

4. Cats: 8 million (17% of households)

– See more at: http://www.pfma.org.uk/pet-population-2014#sthash.fsIigsw8.dpuf

Dogs: 9 million (24% of households)

4. Cats: 8 million (17% of households)

– See more at: http://www.pfma.org.uk/pet-population-2014#sthash.fsIigsw8.dpuf

See the statistics where there is also an interesting regional breakdown.

Theo Stewart – The Dog Lady

Go to my main website: www.dogidog.co.uk

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About Theo Stewart

I am a dog Behaviourist (INTODogs-ABTC - AAB) and trainer covering Beds, Herts, Cambs and Bucks, a 'Victoria Stilwell' Positively Dog Trainer (VSPDT) and a member of the IMDT. Graduate ISCP, International School for Canine Practitioners. My main site: www.dogidog.co.uk
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