A company called Positive Dogs, run by a trainer named Francesca Maddock, has filed for a change of use petition so that four acres of the Osbourne patch can be turned from a horse grazing area to a dog walking business. That part of the estate is now being used as a "horse grazing pasture", but if their plan works out, it'll be turned into a doggy day care, where the pups will be walked across the Osbournes' land and be otherwise looked after until their owners punch out for the day.
"The logic behind the new business is to create a central facility where dogs will be collected in the morning, spend the day in the countryside, in the safe and secure environment of the field, and then be dropped home at the end of the day", a planning agent says.
"Dogs are now walked in open spaces, parks and footpaths, normally in groups". According to a piece in The Sun, the Osbournes are known dog lovers, owning six dogs themselves, and Sharon reportedly spent £230,000 to fly her dogs first class a year ago.
Sharon said in a statement that she had to fall back in love with her husband after he cheated on her. I forgive. It's going take a long time to trust, but we've been together 36 years, 34 of marriage. I can't live without him. Even though he's a dog. "He's going to pay for it though, big time!"