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New concept store by Just for Pets is great success
Billy + Margot introduces new iced treats freezer deal
North London pet shop to close after 48 years
Surrey pet store wins GA's Grain Free competition
More overseas buyers expected at PATS Telford
Largest ever British Pavilion at Interzoo is major success
UK businesses get ready for Bring Your Dog To Work Day
Pooch & Mutt recognised for rapid business growth
Pets Corner opens additional store in Crawley
Burgess fulfils demand for more natural pet foods
Eukanuba celebrates extraordinary dogs at DogFest
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Henry Wag products are a hit with overseas buyers
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Equestrian artist launches Naughty Dogs Collection
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Equestrian artist launches Naughty Dogs Collection

Renowned equestrian sculptor and artist, Belinda Sillars, has launched a greeting cards collection featuring her beloved dogs.

The Naughty Dogs Collection is made up of six cards: Speed Trap, Eggstraction, Traption, Entraption, Distraction and That’s Another Fine Mess. All feature Belinda’s dogs: Trouble, Dobby, Humphrey and Roo.

“As anyone who’s met me knows, I adore my dogs,” said Belinda.

“So much so that my family of animals accompanies me wherever I go. If you’ve seen me at a show, you’ll have seen my dogs too. They are a constant source of inspiration and amusement and led me to write my book ‘In Trouble Again’, before capturing their antics on greetings cards.”

The collection features fun drawings by Belinda depicting her dogs and the mischief they get up to in the Suffolk countryside. All cards are A5 in size and are blank inside.

The Naughty Dogs Collection can be bought individually at a cost of £2.20 each, or six can be purchased for £12.

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