Dog mad Lynn Morgan loves her pets so much she shares her semi detached home with 41 of them.
Lynn, 47, breeds French bulldogs and has 25 of them, along with six Chinese Crested dogs and ten miniature English bull terriers.
She has sold some of her rare puppies to people in Australia, America and Hungary and says even though she has been breeding dogs since she was 18, admits she finds it hard to let them go.
And she knows them all by name. There's Poppy, Noo-Noo - named after the vacuum cleaner on children's show Teletubbies and one with a dyed pink head of hair and blue ears called Chips.
"I have always had no less than 15 or 16 dogs," Lynn, of Eaden Crescent, Hoyland says.
She says breeders tend to get rid of dogs once they are no longer used for breeding but she doesn't and keeps them all, including some of the puppies.
"I have to keep them and then when they die I have them cremated and keep their ashes in pretty boxes on my windowsill," she says.
Lynn says she had five chest freezers and spends £280 on tripe each month to feed her pets. She also buys copious amounts fabric softener for the dogs' blankets and there is a miniature bed for them in the front room.
She says she has always wanted to look after dogs although she says there might be a few too many for husband Tony, 66.
"I think he would've liked less actually," she said.
Tony said he had always liked dogs and that living with the dogs was manageable.
"It's run as a business and you can't do things like this willy nilly."