A PET food brand have teamed up with Oxfordshire Lowland Search and Rescue to sponsor two dogs that have helped sniff out 160 missing people.

Beau and Rip are two fully-trained sniffer dogs that work at the charity to help the team find people who are missing.

Now they will eat free food from Natural Instinct, after the pet-food brand visited the charities HQ to see their work.

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Rachel Kirby said: "We left feeling utterly amazed by the charity, the volunteers and dogs who help to make the work possible."

The charity's spokesperson said the food would keep Beau and Rip, who took two-years to fully train and get all of their qualifications, in 'tip top condition'.