A Dog's Tale

A Dog's Tale One of the patients' favourite visitors went barking mad this evening, during a visit to Radio Clatterbridge. Golden retriever collie Chester came into the studio with his owner Eileen Slattery to talk to presenter Andy Bonner about winning a Best of Class award at Crufts. The pair are regular visitors to the wards as part of the Pets As Therapy scheme. But when Andy played a Rolf Harris record on air, the canine champion couldn't stand the sound and barked throughout the song!

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