Can you make Friday 13th a lucky day for homeless hound Joey?
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Friday 13th may be unlucky for some - but Joey the dog is hoping today will bring him some luck, in the form of a new home.
The two-year-old homeless hound is currently being cared for by staff at the Dogs Trust rehoming centre in Snetterton, where he has been given plenty of love and attention.
But nothing compares to a permanent home - and after seeing plenty of his furry counterparts find loving homes, the sweet Saluki is desperate to find a new base.
MORE: What happened when Roxy the dog went on a £1,000 shopping spree?Diane McLelland-Taylor, rehoming centre manager at Dogs Trust Snetterton, said: 'Despite the superstition that this day brings bad luck, we're really hoping potential adopters will put any superstitions to one side and consider rehoming our lovely boy. 'With it being Joey's second Friday 13th with us, we're hoping it's second time lucky for him. Not only will you be offering a four-legged friend a happy home, but you will be gaining a new family member. We don't see what's so unlucky about that!'MORE: Young at heart! Can you give Benji the dog a new home?Described by staff as 'friendly and fond of food', fun-loving Joey is a devoted fan of squeaky toys.
Choosing to alternate between lazing around and playing like a puppy, when he's not demonstrating his typical Lurcher energy this sweet Saluki enjoys snoozing on a lap or enjoying a treat or two.
Keen to soak up attention, all-rounder Joey can live with children aged 10 or older, although he would like to be the only pet in the home.
MORE: Long-term Dogs Trust Snetterton lodger Bonnie has found her forever homeIf you think you could be the lucky charm for Joey, call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 0300 303 0292 or visit the rehoming centre in North End Road, Snetterton.
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Alternatively visit www.dogstrust.org.uk for more information.
Dogs Trust is the UK's largest dog welfare charity and cares for around 15,000 dogs each year through its network of 20 rehoming centres across the UK and one in Dublin.
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