Fears Pudsey could be dognapped
Pudsey has to be accompanied by someone at all time in case he is dognapped, according to his owner Ashleigh Butler
Pudsey has to be accompanied by someone at all time in case he is dognapped.
The famous pooch - who along with his handler Ashleigh Butler won the latest season of 'Britain's Got Talent - is so well known that there are now fears he could be stolen by people eager to cash in on his talent.
Ashleigh told HELLO! magazine: "We've had to up security. There's a chance he could be dognapped. We make sure he's never home alone."
The 17-year-old also revealed she has no plans to retire Pudsey because he would get depressed.
She said: "He's one of those dogs that wants to be busy. If we stopped performing or I put him into retirement he'd hate me and get depressed. He loves showing off. The bigger the crowd, the better he performs. He's a natural born show off."
Ashleigh says Pudsey's performance on the 'Britain's Got Talent' is the first time he hasn't made a single mistake in his routine.
She explained: "I couldn't believe the 'BGT' final - it was the first routine in his life that he did perfectly. I think he knew that he had to up his game. I was amazed at how well he did, especially with all the pressure."