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Globetrotting dog makes a name in the US

A globetrotting dog from Arran is causing a stir across the Atlantic – not only for his fine breeding, but also because of his unique pedigree not found in other Labrador retrievers in the US.

Innis Dubh, a one-yearold male black retriever from Bougarie Kennels in Sliddery, made the arduous journey from Scotland via Amsterdam, Newark, Chicago and onto Minneapolis, at only five months old.

The pedigree pup is owned by John Franke of Bemidji, Minnesota, and is being professionally trained by Ivy League Dog Training in Walcott, North Dakota, where he is learning basic obedience and hunting training.

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