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'I thought I lost her as well' ­— Grieving Newark widow appeals for help in fundraising for his Welsh Springer Spaniel's tetanus says he wouldn't have got over death of wife without his fluffy pal

A man who is appealing for help in raising money for his dog who contracted tetanus said he would not have got through his wife’s death without the Welsh springer spaniel.

Andrew Parker’s wife of nearly 17 years, Barbara, died in August 2017 after she was diagnosed late with brain cancer that had spread from her breast.

Andrew, 67, of Newark, said his fluffy pal, Morgan, 7, was the reason he got to the place he is today after the devastating loss of his ‘absolute world’, and is now trying to raise £15,000 to help pay for vet bills to treat his dog’s tetanus.

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