Life and times of Lancaster’s ratcatcher dog



An extraordinary dog has died after an 18-year career of catching more than 150 rats.
Nineteen-year-old Dillon, the council ratcatcher, passed away on Monday in the arms of his owner, best friend, soulmate and workmate - council pest control supervisor Ron Haygarth.
Sporting his hi-vis jacket, ‘City Ratcatcher’ ID badge and even his own union card, Dillon was a recognisable member of the pest control team.
He was picked up as a stray by the Lancaster City Council dog wardens when he was around seven months old and soon adopted by Ron.
When Dillon was 12 months old Ron judged that he was... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 34
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