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Peter Andre refuses to buy daughter Princess a puppy for 15th birthday

Peter Andre has revealed he shut down Princess’s request for a puppy for her 15th birthday as it wouldn’t be fair on the dog.  Princess will be turning 15 this week, and dad Peter, 49, revealed that she always wants him to get her a puppy for her birthday, however her schedule means it wouldn’t be a feasible option right now.  He explained in his column for OK! magazine: ‘It’s Princess’ 15th birthday this week and although like every year she is desperate for a dog, I always have to explain that it’s not just a six-month commitment.

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