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Plenty of dog lovers have sent in photos in this week’s iWitness challenge

PUBLISHED: 18:30 15 September 2018

WINNER: Ollie sleeping after his walk  Picture: JANE DEVILLE

WINNER: Ollie sleeping after his walk Picture: JANE DEVILLE

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Animal lovers rejoice as this week’s iWitness challenge was all about taking photos of beloved pets.

Bob and Bess  Picture: ANGELA GOODWINBob and Bess Picture: ANGELA GOODWIN

Pamela Bidwell sent in a rather majestic photo this week of her dog Tanzi captured whilst out for a walk by some trees with her faithful dog standing on a fallen trunk.

A blustery day at Landguard  Picture: SUE FOSTERA blustery day at Landguard Picture: SUE FOSTER

Julie Kemp sent in a photo of something a little different as she captured her friend’s geese enjoying some bread out by the pond.

Beagle at the 2018 Hadleigh May show. Picture: PETER CUTTSBeagle at the 2018 Hadleigh May show. Picture: PETER CUTTS

Our winning picture this week though comes from Jane Deville of her Labrador Ollie having a snooze after a long walk.

My friends three geese, who seemed a bit upset about sharing lunch with the chickens  Picture: JULIE KEMPMy friends three geese, who seemed a bit upset about sharing lunch with the chickens Picture: JULIE KEMP

Next week’s challenge is all about water.

Boomer Ready to go  Picture: ROBERT MCKENNABoomer Ready to go Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Hopefully it won’t be raining too much but this challenge is the perfect opportunity to get the camera out whatever the weather and capture the water, either from lakes, sea or water droplets on the window.

Tanzi  Picture: PAMELA BIDWELLTanzi Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

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