New military dog kennel blocks at Melton Mowbray, east Leicestershire, are due to be officially opened by Princess Anne today.
The Princess Royal, who in Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps, will inspect the new kennels as well as watch a series of dog demonstrations.
The three new kennel blocks can house 200 dogs, and have been designed to reduce noise levels.
They also feature thermostatically-controlled heating, extractor fans and lighting.
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