She was on litter-picking duty with her owner Nicholas Ford, Chief Executive of the Ernest Cook Trust, his wife Carolyn and fellow volunteers Chris Nash, Daniel Nash and Anne Smith.
In just a couple of hours, the group filled five large bags with litter which had blown on to a lane leading to the Trust’s Fairford Estate.
“Litter is a bit of a hobby horse of mine, so it was good to get out and about on a sunny Saturday morning and do something about it,” said Mr Ford.
“Wispa couldn’t help joining in. She is a trained gun dog and retrieving is second nature, so she’s happy to pick up the occasional yoghurt carton – particularly when there’s still some yoghurt in it.”