THANK you to everyone who rang about Dave, the Jack Russell terrier, and Dexter, the black and white cat featured last week. Both have now found new homes.
Two gorgeous boys in need of homes this week are Tiny and Lance.
Tiny is a two-year-old male Jack Russell who was found tied up to a post in a park and simply left, because his owner did not want him anymore.
He is a very lively dog who likes to be on the go and loves playing with his favourite toy – a squeaky ball.
Tiny gets on well with other dogs but he is not good with cats. He would suit a family home with children over the age of five
Lance is also a Jack Russell who is about three years old who was found roaming the streets and very under weight.
He is a very sweet little terrier who gets on well with other dogs but, like Tiny, is not good with cats.
Lance is a quiet dog who takes everything in his stride.
He enjoys his walks and is very affectionate, and would most suit a quieter home or a family with children over the age of eight.
If you feel you could offer a home to one of these animals then please call us on 01895 833417.
If you are asked to leave a message, please give a postal or email address so that we can send you an adoption application form as soon as possible, or visit www.rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk and click on the ‘dog in a kennel’ image for more information on adopting an animal.
n Don’t forget the Mutt Strutt from 1-4pm on Saturday at Black Park Country Park. It’s a sponsored dog walk so, quick, ask friends and family to pledge or make a donation to the branch in exchange for you (with or without dog) completing the 45 minute walk. Download a sponsorship form from our website or ring 01895 833 417 and leave a message requesting a call back for further information.