Irish setter Thendara Satisfaction, known as Jagger
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Crufts death: Dog 'ate poisoned meat at Crufts'

An investigation has begun into the death of a prize-winning Irish setter, a day after being exhibited at Crufts.

Thendara Satisfaction, known as Jagger, died after leaving the Birmingham show. His owners say he ate poisoned beef.

Jeremy Bott, co-owner of Jagger, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme he did not believe it was a targeted attack, adding: "I would imagine it was somebody who has a grudge against dogs or the Crufts show."

  • 09 Mar 2015
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