Britain's dogs are becoming more talented thanks to the "Pudsey effect", according to a survey by the Kennel Club. Pudsey and his owner Ashleigh Butler from Northamptonshire shot to fame when they won Britain's Got Talent in 2012.
Ashleigh & Pudsey in action at the Britain's Got Talent final
A survey by the Kennel Club has found nearly a third of dog owners have been inspired to teach their dogs tricks after Ashleigh Butler and Pudsey from Wellingborough won last's years Britain's Got Talent.
Kennel Club: teaching dogs tricks is good for them
The secretary of the Kennel Club is pleased the "Pudsey Effect" is encouraging dog owners to teach their pets new tricks.
"It is great to see the so-called 'Pudsey effect' motivating people to teach their dogs tricks and take part in dog sports and leisure activities. It is a perfect way for dog and owner to bond and have fun in the process."