Sweet and cuddly! Can you give loveable Damson at Dogs Trust Snetterton a new home?
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She is described as a 'damsel' who loves to get some fuss and attention.
And now 'sweet and cuddly' rottweiler Damson is looking a permanent new home to spend her later years.
The eight-year-old, currently looked after by staff at the Dogs Trust rehoming centre at Snetterton, is partially sighted and will require ongoing medication at her new home, which the animal charity can help with.
However a spokesman for Dogs Trust Snetterton said: 'She doesn't let her disability get in the way of finding a 'furever' home.
'Damson is a very sweet and cuddly lady who is looking for a loving retirement home.
'This loveable lass adores receiving fuss and attention from her canine carers at Dogs Trust Snetterton.
'Damson is looking for a home where she can have gentle strolls and be the only pet in the household, although she enjoys walking with other calm canines. She can live with older teenagers aged 16 and over.
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'Damson knows her basic training, is good on the lead and loves the company of people.
'Who wouldn't give this big softie a second chance at happiness?'
If you think you can give Damson a new home, call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 0300 303 0292 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk for more information.
Dogs Trust is the UK's leading dog welfare charity and has a network of 20 rehoming Centres in the UK and one in Dublin.
The charity cares for around 15,000 strays, unwanted and abandoned dogs each year.