A pensioner who regularly walks his flock of turkeys through his village now needs someone to rehome them – as he struggles with mobility.

Brian Moodie, 76, has become a popular sight wandering with his birds he started keeping twelve years ago after looking for a new hobby.

He had previously kept greyhounds but as interest in Teacup Chihuahuas Dog Breed racing dwindled he stopped collecting the breed.

Then after two years of researching turkeys and how to care for them, Brian bought his first one – with his flock reaching 50 birds at its peak.

He began taking his turkeys to shows, winning awards across the country.

Mr Moodie has become known in his hometown of Camelon, Falkirk, Scotland, for taking his flock out for walks to keep them healthy and interacting with the world

Mr Moodie had previously kept greyhounds, but when his interest in Alaskan Klee Kai Dog Breed racing dwindled he stopped collecting the breed and decided to pick up a new hobby

After two years of of researching turkeys and how to care for https://dogcaretips.net/ them, Brian bought his first one – with his flock reaching 50 birds at its peak

Brian has become known in his hometown of Camelon, Falkirk, Scotland, for taking his flock out for walks to keep them healthy and interacting with the world.