Celebrities pose with their pets for Guide Dogs charity

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The photos will be sold in a silent auction

Celebrities have posed with their pets for an exhibition to raise money for the charity Guide Dogs.

Gary Lineker, Felicity Kendal and John Prescott were among the famous faces who were photographed for the Amazing Partnership photography exhibition.

The money from the silent auction of the images will go to the training and placement of more than 800 guide dogs.

They can be seen at the Haunch of Venison Art Gallery in London from 5-6 November.

Other famous people taking part in the exhibition include violinist Vanessa Mae, explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, football manager Roy Keane, former England cricketer Sir Ian Botham and TV presenter Penny Smith.

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