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Children are often told to stop, look and listen when it comes to road safety. But in the Scottish Borders the message is being delivered to schools by a special visitor.
Springer Spaniel Jon has personal experience about the dangers of the road after he was run over by a car as a puppy. As a result of the accident he only has three legs.
Jenny Longden went to meet him at Glendinning Terrace Primary School in Galashiels today.
The owner of a three-legged dog says her pooch's story helps children to remember to stop, look and listen at the roadside.
Jon lost a leg after being hit by a car as a puppy.
A three-legged dog is visiting schools in the Scottish Borders to teach children about road safety.
Springer Spaniel Jon lost his leg when he was run over by a car as a puppy.
Now aged 10, owner Sheena Chappell takes her pet round schools to show children the dangers of the road.The pair volunteer for charity Pets as Therapy.