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Claremont's Royal Dogs

The Duke of Albany's much-loved dogs, Vic and Jock, were laid to rest at Claremont and a small headstone can still be found at the back of the mansion

Vic and Jock's grave, Claremont
Vic and Jock's grave, Claremont

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