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Ashleigh and Pudsey at Crufts in campaign against parasites

Published 12/03/2016

Ashleigh and Pudsey are no strangers to Crufts
Ashleigh and Pudsey are no strangers to Crufts
EDITORIAL USE ONLYAshleigh and Pudsey at Crufts 2016 at the NEC in Birmingham to support the Drontal and Advantage ÔInseparablesÕ campaign to help keep our pets parasite free.
Claudia Kelleway, 7, and her Harlequin Great Dane named Ruby arrive for day three of Crufts 2016 at the NEC, Birmingham.
Lana Robinson (left) and her daughter Katya (right) arrive with their Shelties for day three of Crufts 2016 at the NEC, Birmingham.
An Old English Sheepdog sleeps on its table during day three of Crufts 2016 at the NEC, Birmingham.
An owner gives her Sheltie a kiss day three of Crufts 2016 at the NEC, Birmingham.
A Dogue de Bordeaux during day three of Crufts 2016 at the NEC, Birmingham.
A Samoyed with its owner during day three of Crufts 2016 at the NEC, Birmingham.

Britain's Got Talent winners Ashleigh and Pudsey have returned to Crufts six years after a victory performance at the famous dog show.

The dancing dog wowed Simon Cowell on the ITV programme in 2012 and became the first animal act to win the competition.

Ashleigh Butler, 21, and her dog Pudsey, have been together for 10 years and won the nation's hearts as a double act.

She said: "Pudsey has been my better half since I was 11, we've shared so many incredible memories and he's brought such joy to my life. Keeping him happy and healthy is one of my priorities, not only as a dog owner, but as a best friend.

"Dancing, exercising and doing these routines is a great way to keep Pudsey fit and healthy. What's more is that he absolutely loves doing them."

The duo are supporting the Drontal and Advantage Inseparables campaign to help keep pets parasite free.

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