Giant dog takes a stroll in the city

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Visitors to Leeds city centre must have thought the world had gone barking mad when they spotted a five foot tall dog enjoying walkies at the Town Hall.

Titch - a giant animatronic dog operated by puppeteers from award-winning play War Horse - was in the city yesterday as part of a campaign by pet medication company Frontline to highlight the importance of treating pet dogs and cats for fleas.

Titch the dog a giant 5.5ft tall Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, created by flea treatment brand FRONTLINE PLUS, are on a mission to get pet owners to take a closer look at the issue of flea egg infestations in their homes.

Titch the dog a giant 5.5ft tall Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, created by flea treatment brand FRONTLINE PLUS, are on a mission to get pet owners to take a closer look at the issue of flea egg infestations in their homes.

Frontline research found 97 per cent of Leeds pet owners are unaware a single female flea can lay up to 50 eggs a day which can eventually cause an infestation in the home as well.

Titch also visited Pets at Home at Crown Point.

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