Dogs Trust Snetterton seeks new home for Meadow this spring

With spring in the air, one-and-a-half-year-old Collie cross Meadow is hoping that the change in seasons will bring with them her perfect home.

Kate Brewster, Dogs Trust Snetterton supporter relations officer, said: 'Inherent to her breed Meadow is an exceptionally bright and active girl, who is full of life, and loves long walks in the countryside, whatever the weather! Meadow is hoping to find a family who shares her passion for the outdoors and can combine physical exercise with training and games, to keep her super sharp mind busy too.

'Meadow is currently finding the hustle bustle of kennel life difficult, and is struggling to settle so she will soon be staying with one of our Home from Home families which will see her happier whilst she continues to look for her forever home. Meadow may never have experienced the luxury of living within a home, so would benefit from patient adopters who can give her time to learn about her new surroundings and appreciate the finer things in life! This affectionate girl has great potential, and in an experienced home she is sure to blossom in to a faithful friend.'

If you think you can offer Meadow the outdoor life of her dreams, please call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 01953 498377 or visit to find out more.

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