Four Newfoundland dogs are helping deliver Christmas trees to shoppers' cars at the Elveden Estate in Suffolk.
The Newfoundlands are water rescue dogs which are kept as pets, but worked to preserve the breed.
Before the season's out, the dogs will have shifted around 4000 trees, helping raise thounds for charity in the process.
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