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Dog swallows a fishing hook

By Natasha Swift 14th February 2018

Dog swallows a fishing hook
LJ with owner Sean

A THREE-year-old labrador narrowly avoided death after swallowing a fish hook which had been dumped on a St Austell beach. LJ is lucky to be alive after digesting the 2.5 inch fish hook while on his daily beach walk to Carlyon Bay with owner Sean Clancy. LJ normally enjoys eating seaweed, but Sean spotted something was out of the ordinary...

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