Paul O’Grady sends BARK a message of good wishes

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TV’s number One dog fan, Paul O’Grady, has lent his support to the work carried out by Benvardin Animal Rescue Kennels.

Paul O’Grady presents the hit ITV documentary series For the Love of Dogs, covering life at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. Although scheduled to film at the centre for six days, he stayed as a volunteer for six months. At the end, he was invited to become an ambassador for Battersea, and a bronze statue of his late dog Buster was erected on a plinth at the centre. He also adopted a dog from the home; a Jack Russell-Chihuahua cross named Eddy.

Now, the TV star has sent a video message of good wishes to the Benvardin centre.

The video shows the TV wishing BARK all the very best in their work.