A SQUEAKY toy and a venison bone were the rewards for a trickster staffie who helped raise £650 for charity.

Rosyth dog owner Sarah Johnston and her clever pooch Lula dedicated their one hour of lockdown exercise to bring smiles to faces for a whole month.

The lovely Lula performed tricks on her afternoon walk each lunchtime to raise money for CHAS (Children’s Hospices Across Scotland).

Sarah works for them as a trust fundraiser and she is “super-duper chuffed” to have exceeded her initial target by a distance.

“I can’t believe we’ve been able to raise that much money,” she told the Press.

“I’m really happy that it’s made a positive difference to people.

“It’s given me a big boost as well and Lula has loved all of the attention.

“She’s been treated with lots of toys and she was playing with a venison bone I got her in the garden for ages.

“She’s also driving me mad with this squeaky toy I bought her. It’s so loud!”

As reported by the Press previously, Sarah created the Lunch Time with Lula page on Facebook so people could keep track of where the pair would be appearing each day.

Kids have waved to the duo and people queuing up at the local shops and pharmacy had their waiting times improved with their presence.

“Everyone has been so generous with their donations,” Sarah added.

“The reactions to Lula and to the fundraiser has been so heartwarming.

“I was quite nervous to begin with because I didn’t think anyone would really be interested but the response has been brilliant and I’m well chuffed with how much we raised.”