Can you give these adorable dogs a home?
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This week we are featuring two cute and adorable pooches that are looking for new homes in South Norfolk.
Our first featured pooch as part of the Snetterton Dogs Trust's rehoming appeal is Suzie, a bouncy and busy beagle.
Suzie loves people, fuss and attention.
This sweet three-year-old enjoys human company nearly as much as she loves playtime.
She is a happy lady who is dreaming of an active adopter who is keen on training, as she needs plenty of mental and physical stimulation to keep her busy.
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Suzie can live with children aged 11 years and up, with owners who will be patient with her when building up the time that she is left alone.
She will make a loving companion for the right family.
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Meanwhile Micko is a handsome Greyhound who loves nothing more than receiving fuss from his human pals.
This loveable lad likes treats and will help naughtily help himself if they are left within reach.
This five-year-old is very affectionate and just loves human attention and contact – especially whilst stretched out in a comfy bed! Micko would benefit from further socialisation with dogs, as he can be bouncy and excitable when greeting four-legged friends.
Mighty Micko can live with children aged 10 years or older.
Dogs Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the United Kingdom has a network of 20 rehoming centres in the UK, as well as one in Dublin. The charity cares for over 15,000 stray, unwanted and abandoned dogs each year.
Dogs Trust has a non-destruction policy, and will never put a healthy dog to sleep. The charity is working towards the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction.
For more information, visit the Dogs Trust Snetterton rehoming centre in North End Road, Snetterton between noon and 4pm each day apart from Wednesday, when the centre is closed to the public.
If you think you could offer Suzie or Micko a lovable forever home, please contact Dogs Trust Snetterton on 0300 303 0292 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk