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Dog ice creams made in Perranporth charity bid

20 September 2013 Last updated at 19:44 BST

A Cornish businesswoman has created dog ice creams including cheese and biscuits and gourmet roast beef to raise funds for charity.

Denise Burrell, owner of Pavilion Ice, in Perranporth, came up with idea after her Dogue de Bordeaux puppy, called Mazzie-May, died of a heart condition in August.

Charity, K9 Crusaders, helped support Ms Burrell following her dog's death.

Ms Burrell said more than £500 had been raised for the charity.

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