Breeder Margaret Hazelman feeds her pedigree dogs and takes them to the village shop.
M/S of a woman, Margaret Hazelman, coming out of her house in Petworth, Surrey, carrying two buckets, a tin and a feeder bottle; she walks to the side of the house where lots of bowls and troughs are laid out along a small wall. She spoons food from one of the buckets into the bowls, then an elderly man is seen opening the door to a shed and numerous dogs of different breeds come running out over to the bowls and start eating (some cats are also seen in the scurry).
Margaret picks up a little Boxer puppy called Gussy and sits further down on the wall to feed him with a bottle; C/U of the pup - he's quite cute. C/Us of the other dogs eating at bowls; C/U of a Siamese cat curled up in a basket with a Chihuahua. Commentator tells us Margaret breeds dogs and specialises in 12 pedigrees.
C/U of a small boy petting a Boston Terrier; M/S and C/U of a girl brushing a Shetland Sheepdog and squirting some special liquid into it's fur; C/U of two Yorkshire Terriers.
M/S of Margaret coming out of the front door of the house as all the dogs cascade out and mill around, then jump in the back of the van as Margaret holds the door open. She takes the Chihuahua to the front of the van, gets in and drives off. C/Us of the dogs in the back of the van; C/U of Margaret driving; tilt down to show the Chihuahua on her lap.
M/Ss as the van pulls up outside the village store; Margaret gets out, puts the Chihuahua into a basket and lets the dogs out of the van. They all follow her up the steps and wait outside while she goes in; C/Us of the dogs; Boxer, Whippet, and unidentified specimen with pointy ears. Margaret comes out of the shop and checks her change; groceries are in the basket with Chihuahua. She walks down the steps and the dogs all follow.
Note: there is a small newspaper article on file about the dogs with photo.