RSPCA pet hero Lyndsey to star in TV's '˜The Dog Rescuers'

THE exploits of a Lancashire RSCPA inspector are set to hit the small screen.

Friday, 1st July 2016, 7:26 am
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 8:37 pm
Lyndsey Taylor and Baxter

Lancashire RSCPA Inspector Lyndsey Taylor is set to feature in Channel 5’s The Dog Rescuers on Tuesday.

The show, which is fronted by actor and comedian Alan Davies, will feature Lyndsey’s rescue of abandoned shih-tzu Baxter, who was found in an empty house.

The dog is found in a terrible state and until its matted fur is removed, nobody knows what lies beneath.

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The show airs at 8pm on Tuesday in the third episode of the current series.

The show follows the RSPCA’s finest as they 
continue their crusade against cruelty and neglect of dogs.

The series features dramatic rescues, inspirational rehabilitations and heart-warming rehomings.

Lyndsey became an inspector in October 2008. While her degree was in graphic design, her passion was always for animal welfare.

She even adopted a case dog, a Fox Terrier called Max, who was given six months to live but has survived for another seven years.