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PUP IDOL - ROLO'VER BEETHOVEN FEATURE


SEPTEMBER’S Pooch of the Month is wide- eyed and whimsical Rolo from Simpson Skip Hire, in Slough.


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STANDING to attention is two-year- old Cody-Rose (Right), the ‘Chorkie’ (Chihuahua/Yorkshire Terrier-cross). With an inquisitive mind, Cody- Rose resides at HR Skip Hire in Sheffi eld and can’t get enough chicken dinners. She’s a clever one, but also has a feisty side when she doesn’t get her average 14- hour sleep – lucky dog.


At only 10 weeks old, he’s full of life, a handful, and loves being fussed over by everyone. Ironically, Rolo – a crossbread Jack Russell/Chihuahua, isn’t into his chocolate – he much prefers crisps; with a particular favouring of Wotsits and Quavers (I bet the offi ce smells magical!)


POOCH OF THE MONTH WINS £20 VOUCHER EACH MONTH & A DOG TAG. POOCH OF THE YEAR WINS £150 VOUCHER


KEEPING cool is 10-week-old Springerdor, Reggie (Right), who is also based at J.P


IN most yards and offi ces, staff pooches are loved by one and all, and in most cases a lot less hassle than the customers. Send us your pup pics:


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14 SHWM September, 2018 www.skiphiremagazine.co.uk


Thompson in Doncaster. He is still learning the ropes from his pedigree chum Bonnie (Above), but has spent the majority of the unprecedented hot summer beside the fan.


SITTING guard at Doncaster’s J.P. Thompson Fuels & Skip Hire Limited is two-year- old ‘Lab Retriever’, Bonnie (Left). She’s the company’s designated head of security and frequently sits patiently by the entrance; ensuring the yard runs smoothly.


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