Jasper the sleepy greyhound is still waiting for his new home
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Since we reported the story of Jasper the sleepy greyhound on Friday, he has been inundated with visitors but has still yet to find himself a new home.
The pooch has been visited by 2,000 people since arriving at the Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre in Snetterton six months ago but has not yet found a home as he is always sleeping.
His story has been seen 60,000 times on the EDP Facebook page and been shared nearly 450 times on social media, with one reader from the United States even enquiring about re-homing the three-year-old dog.
A spokesperson from Dogs Trust said of the response to the story: 'We have had a lot of interest and many people have been to see him but he is still waiting on a new home.
'One woman was unable to re-home him but did bring him some sweets which was sweet.'
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Last year Dogs Trust successfully rehomed 200 ex-racing Greyhounds across their 20 Rehoming Centres.
Dogs Trust Snetterton Supporter Relations Officer, Lara Murphy, said of Jasper: 'He is a real character and, when he is awake, is a sweet-natured, fun–loving affectionate lad who adores people and playing games.
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'He would enjoy a garden to zoom around in and would love nothing more than a comfy bed and cuddling up on the sofa to enjoy some shut eye in the company of his new family.'
•If you are interested in rehoming Jasper contact Dogs Trust Snetterton on 0300 303 0292.