ABBEY Clancy has hired an expert in Special Forces dog training to turn her young labrador into a super sleuth.
The model and soccer pundit hubby Peter Crouch hope pet Geoffrey will be able to sniff out lost keys, wallets and phones around their mansion.
The training is the next step in a process aimed in helping the pup — also known as Gentleman Geoffrey — overcome a difficult start in life. An expert said a breeder had taken him from his mother at too young an age, leaving him with psychological development problems.
A friend of the couple added: “They re-housed a very young puppy, which was added stress when they had four young children to look after, including a one-year-old.”
Abbey, 35, and Peter, 39, called in training company Lupine Canine, to their £3million Surrey home. Geoffrey has had sessions with Leander Clifton, who studied under a former US Delta Forces special operations kennel master.
Things have gone so well he is now on an advanced K-9 detection dog skills course.
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Last night Leander and Lupine Canine said they could not discuss individual clients.
But Peter wrote on social media: “Crufts here we come.”
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