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Touch, paws, engage! Pets prepare for Wales' clash against Ireland

Bruce is one of Wales' biggest fans Credit: Susan Dobbs Photography

It's not only humans who are getting excited about the start of the Six Nations.

And no one is more excited than Bruce the rescue dog.

Bruce spends hours throwing his ball around for himself, kicking up and down the hall way and chasing after it.

He has now got his eye on the ball ready for this Six Nations!

If your pets are getting ready for the rugby why not send us your pictures to wales@itv.com

Here's our very own Carl Edwards' pup Teggy Credit: Carl Edwards
Colin is rooting for Wales today. Credit: Jane Milner
Judy the three-legged staffy is supporting the boys in red. Credit: Sali Jenkins
Harvey and Lily are all ready to support the boys today Credit: Stacie Lovering

Thin and injured pony found 'struggling to walk'

Credit: RSPCA

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after an injured pony was found in a ‘terrible’ state, thin, injured and struggling to walk near Parc Cwm Darran in Bargoed.

The pony was found by a dog walker.

The pony is undergoing veterinary treatment.

She is extremely thin and her condition is very serious.

She has been made comfortable but she is not in a good way. She isn’t microchipped so we can’t identify her owner. We don’t know where she has come from.

We want to hear from anyone who recognises her and knows who she belongs to. She is very sweet.”

– Christine McNeil, RSPCA inspector

Anyone who may have information about this pony should contact the RSPCA inspectorate appeal line on 0300 123 8018.

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