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Dog standard: meet NI celebs’ canine pals

They say a man’s best friend is his dog and especially in Northern Ireland, our pet pooches really do seem to rule the roost

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Barra Best and Colin Daly with their do Maggie. Picture Colm O'Reilly 11-01-2022 Belfast Telegraph

Barra Best and Colin Daly with their do Maggie. Picture Colm O'Reilly 11-01-2022 Belfast Telegraph

Barra Best and Colin Daly with their do Maggie. Picture Colm O'Reilly 11-01-2022 Belfast Telegraph

Barra Best and Colin Daly with their do Maggie. Picture Colm O'Reilly 11-01-2022 Belfast Telegraph

Barra Best and Colin Daly with their do Maggie. Picture Colm O'Reilly 11-01-2022 Belfast Telegraph

Barra Best and Colin Daly with their do Maggie. Picture Colm O'Reilly 11-01-2022 Belfast Telegraph

Nicola Weir and her dog Poppy

Nicola Weir and her dog Poppy

18th October 2021 Denise Watson pictured at home Photograph: Stephen Hamilton

18th October 2021 Denise Watson pictured at home Photograph: Stephen Hamilton

18th October 2021 Denise Watson pictured at home Photograph: Stephen Hamilton

18th October 2021 Denise Watson pictured at home Photograph: Stephen Hamilton

UTV presenter Paul Reilly with Toby and Daisy

UTV presenter Paul Reilly with Toby and Daisy

UTV presenter Paul Reilly with Toby and Daisy

UTV presenter Paul Reilly with Toby and Daisy

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Barra Best and Colin Daly with their do Maggie. Picture Colm O'Reilly 11-01-2022 Belfast Telegraph

Research shows that we have the highest percentage of dog owners of any other region in the UK with more than a third of households being home to a canine family member.

To find out just why we are so in love with our dogs, we talked to four local personalities about their pets and why they couldn’t imagine life without them.


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