How poochon Patti is making Miranda’s life such fun again: Comedian posts images of the playful ‘healing dog’ who helped her through heartbreak

She is the ‘healing dog’ who helped her through the heartbreak of losing her pooch Peggy last year.

And now Miranda Hart has revealed how she shares her life – and holidays – with her mischievous poochon Patti.

The 49-year-old comedian has posted a series of videos and snaps online showing Patti’s antics.

From enjoying a boat ride to wreaking havoc around the house, Patti appears to share her owner’s sense of humour. 

In one picture Patti, who Miss Hart got at the end of last year, has caused mayhem by unfurling a roll of paper all over the garden. She looks sheepishly at the camera after being caught.

Such fun! Miranda Hart has revealed how she shares her life – and holidays – with her mischievous poochon Patti

Causing trouble: In one picture Patti, who Miss Hart got at the end of last year, has caused mayhem by unfurling a roll of paper all over the garden. She looks sheepishly at the camera after being caught

In another, Patti lends a hand with gardening by digging a flower bed with a garden fork in her mouth.

A third image shows the poochon at the front of a boat, with a playful nod to the 1997 film Titanic with the caption: ‘Queen of the World…’

The Call The Midwife actress introduced Patti to fans last year as ‘Dame Patience Pattercake Hart the Poochon of Portsmouth (full Crufts name) aka Patti’. 

I’m flying! A third image shows the poochon at the front of a boat, with a playful nod to the 1997 film Titanic with the caption: ‘Queen of the World…’

Poochons, who grow to up to 15in tall, have a ‘loyal, affectionate nature’ and can live for up to 15 years.

Miranda got Patti after her previous dog of 13 years Peggy, a shih tzu-bichon frise cross, died.

She said Peggy helped her in tough moments in her life.

Miranda announced the death of her ‘loyal, loving best friend’ last January on social media, adding that she was taking a break from work and social media.

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