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Crufts dog owner: It was a 'heinous crime'

The owners of a prize-winning Irish Setter which died a day after apparently being poisoned at Crufts have said they do not believe one of their rivals was to blame.

Jagger collapsed on Friday after being taken back to Belgium, where he lived.

One of owners, Dee Milligan-Bott, described the world of dogs as "amazing" and said she would not consider it being "the act of another exhibitor".

She called on everyone to "unite to find the perpetrator".

  • 09 Mar 2015
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