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3:39pm 23rd September 2013
Give a dog a cone.
A Cornish business woman has come up with a range of ice-creams ... for dogs.
Denise Burrell who runs Pavillion Ice in Perranporth is raising money for K9 Crusaders after losing her pet.
She says the yoghurt treats come in gravy, chicken and cheese flavours: "I had just lost my puppy from a bad heart. She was called Maisie so I was very upset and vulnerable about her death. I thought "Well, let's think what I can do to try help them raise some more money that they need.
"We were trying it ourselves on the day, we were all eating it. The beef or the chicken gravy through it gave it more of a sweet and sour taste I would describe it. But I think the dogs preferred it more than we did."3:39pm 23rd September 2013
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