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Sara Maitland

“I grew up with dogs. Our first family dog was a small poodle called Perro. At that time we lived in London and Perro was chiefly trained by my grandfather who lived with us. Perro was so well trained that when we moved to the Scottish countryside we had to put down a fake curbstone, because he could not relieve himself without

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