Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne have bought a security dog to guard their £1.2million home. Already dog people with two tiny pooches, the security pooch is a welcome addition to the young family.
Fears crept into Dan's mind that his family could be targeted while he was not at home. When Dan was at work, the dad felt the new dog would be able to offer protection to his wife and their two daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two.
Dan told MailOnline: "We've got two little tiny dogs, they're lovely and great for the kids, they're like two little fluff balls basically, but then we're getting a third dog, which is a trained protection dog, a trained family protection dog. "He's lovely… but also we're moving into a bigger house and if I'm awayRead more on mirror.co.uk