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Adorable Grantham dog Jess is star of the Woodland Trust’s latest campaign




Grantham dog Jess is star of a Woodland Trust campaign. Photo: Philip Formby
Grantham dog Jess is star of a Woodland Trust campaign. Photo: Philip Formby

An adorable pooch from Grantham is star of a new campaign launched by the Woodland Trust.

Jess is a chocolate labrador crossed with Spanish water dog, who lives in Grantham with her young owner Harry Morley.

She applied to audition for the Woodland Trust’s new dog video campaign a few months ago, alongside several other eager pooches. She was selected and as a result was given a big day out to Old Wood, Skellingthorpe.

It was here that the filming team put a go-pro camera on her back and let her run wild in the woods – the results being the video that went live on Friday.

Hollie Anderson, spokesman for the Grantham-based organisation, said: “It is hoped that the video will show exactly how much fun woods can be for pets and their owners, but also highlight exactly how much hard work and money goes into making them safe and welcoming (£4.6 million a year!).”

Jese even has her own dog blog!

Grantham dog Jess is star of a Woodland Trust campaign. Photo: Philip Formby
Grantham dog Jess is star of a Woodland Trust campaign. Photo: Philip Formby
Grantham dog Jess is star of a Woodland Trust campaign. Photo: Philip Formby
Grantham dog Jess is star of a Woodland Trust campaign. Photo: Philip Formby
Grantham dog Jess is star of a Woodland Trust campaign. Photo: Philip Formby
Grantham dog Jess is star of a Woodland Trust campaign. Photo: Philip Formby


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