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Crufts organisers deny more dog poisoning cases

The organisers of the Crufts international dog show have denied rumours that other dogs have been poisoned at the event.

A three-year-old Irish setter called Jagger died after competing Crufts amid fears he may have been poisoned.

One of the owners of the prize-winning dog said they have lost "our love, family member and best friend to our son".

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Kennel Club 'deeply shocked' at death of Crufts show dog

The organisers of Crufts dog show have said they are "deeply shocked and saddened" at the news that one of the canine competitors in this year's event has died 26 hours after competing.

Three-year-old Irish setter Jagger reportedly collapsed and died after returning to his home in Belgium on Friday, sparking fears he may have been poisoned. A toxicology report is due next week.

Kennel Club secretary Caroline Kisko released the following statement today:

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