Abbey Clancy has reportedly paid for a Special Forces expert to come and train her dog to find her keys and phone.
The 35-year-old, who is married to footballer Peter Crouch, is hopeful her pet Labrador puppy called Geoffrey will be able to learn how to sniff out her items such as wallets, keys and phones left around their huge mansion.
Geoffrey, also known as Gentleman Geoffrey, reportedly had a tough start in life as an expert deemed him to have psychological development problems due to being take away from his mother "too young" by the breeder.
The training is aimed to help the young pup overcome this.
A friend of the couple reportedly told The Sun that they have hired a training company called Lupine Canine.
The friend said: "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."
Lupine Canine have reportedly attended Peter and Abbey's £3million home that they share with their four children – including a one-year-old tot.
According to The Sun, the adorable pooch has had training lessons with Leander Clifton.
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Leander studied under a former US Delta Forces special operations kennel master.
Geoffrey's training is going so well the puppy is now on an advanced K-P dog skills course, with Peter teasing "see you at Crufts".
It comes after Abbey shared "magical" snow day photos of her and her family enjoying the UK's snow blizzard yesterday.
The Britain's Next Top Model star took to her official Instagram to post pictures of her children and Peter in the snow on Sunday.
In the first snap, hubby Peter can be seen with his hands in the air and a huge grin on his face as he poses with their children Sophia, Liberty Rose, Johnny and youngest son Jack.
The couple's fans rushed to the comments to gush over the sweet family snaps.
One fan wrote: "Magical."
While another said: "Johnny's little face."
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