Dogs at canine hospice treated to steak dinners and trips to McDonald’s

A former nurse has set up one of the world’s first dog hospices – where pooches are allowed steak dinners and drive-thrus at McDonald’s in their final days. Nicola Coyle runs the Grey Muzzle Canine Hospice Project – for dogs which are expected to have around six months to live – from her home in Mansfield. Nicola, 46,
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