Aspiring vet, Megan Williams, 13, wins a day working at a dog centre
Megan Williams, 13, with Stryke, a dogue de bordeaux puppy, at the Dogs Trust rehoming centre. She spent the day at the dog shelter after winning a photography competition
ANIMAL lover Megan Williams, 13, spent the day at a dog shelter after winning a photography competition.
Stroud High School pupil Megan beat off competition from more than 200 entries to spend a day at the Dogs Trust in Newbury.
She was given a behind the scenes tour of the rehoming centre and was part of the charity's carer team for the day.
"I had such a great time," said Megan, who lives in Chalford with her mum Helen, Dad Nigel and younger brother Jacob, 11.
"I enjoyed meeting the puppies and even got to name one. I also took a dog for a walk and gave one a wash and groom."
To enter the competition Megan had to take a picture that captured a dog's day.
Megan, who wants to be a vet when she is older, took a picture of her pet cocker spaniel called Woody jumping over a fence in the woods.
If you can offer Stryke, pictured with Megan, a home contact the Dogs Trust on 01926 484 398.