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I was so scared to leave her on her own and my dad always said to me that if you keep them by your side for the first three months they'll never leave your side so I kept her with me wherever I went.

It's hard to walk away when you see a dog who needs help.

Without that, I wouldn't have wanted to do it so I'm very lucky. What should dog owners consider before relocating with their pets? For example, if you're moving abroad to retire, for example, I don't think there are too many worries.

Given how close you are to her, I have a hunch you must keep in touch with her when you're away filming. If you're relocating for work, one of the most important things I'd say is to make sure you've made the right contacts locally so you know if you're at work you have someone you can rely on to take your dog out.

Looking back on it, it was so clear that they had come from a puppy farm but of course as a dog lover when you see them you can't help but fall, especially when you see they're in need and want to take them, can you?

There were a couple of puppies and they didn't look in great condition, but Kinky was by far in the worst condition.

Now we know a little more about Kinky we'd love to ask you some more fun questions to delve a little deeper..you have a motto you live your life by?

And if Kinky had motto what do you think it would be?

Kinky's super intelligent and obsessed with balls, so I think her motto would be 'balls, balls, balls'.

One thing I would always say regardless of the situation is if you have an older dog always drive rather than fly them because it can be quite stressful.

Younger dogs might not mind flying so much, but driving does seem to be the way forward for a lot of people. If so, has it changed anything for those who have been looking to relocate overseas?

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She always looks at you like she's saying 'where's the ball, where's the ball? For me, I'll always give everything a good go but one thing I've always taken from my mum is a bit of a Scottish one and it's 'what's for you won't go by you'.