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Abused Afghan dog fights for top spot at Scruffts

29 August 2013 Last updated at 15:03 BST

An abused dog that was rescued by servicemen in Afghanistan has made it through to compete for a place at Scruffts, a competition for cross-breeds, run by the Crufts dog show.

Wylie suffered cruelty on the streets of Kabul but now lives in his new home in Yeovil, Somerset.

He was rescued by the Nowzad dog charity.

Wylie's next round of the competition is on Sunday, 10 November.

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