Kensington hopes to draw the crowds at Dogs Trust Snetterton

The west London district is home to many. The high street attracts shoppers by the thousands, the palace is a magnet for tourists and royal enthusiasts alike, and three-year-old lurcher, Kensington, is hoping his name too will draw in the crowds – although this boy is appealing to the Norfolk-based lurcher lovers to visit him at the rehoming centre.

Kate Brewster, Dogs Trust Snetterton supporter relations officer, said: 'Kensington is a real charmer, and makes quite an impression on you; if you love lurchers, you will certainly not be disappointed. And for those who have never considered the breed before, Kensington will have you convinced in seconds! A bright and bouncy boy, he is quick to learn, walks very nicely on a lead, and has good manners when out and about.

'With beautiful brindle markings, Kensington is a handsome hound with a personality to match. Such a sweet-natured boy, he loves people, and once he gets to know you he will even roll over so you can rub his tummy. There is a cheeky side to his character that will come out when he settles in to his new home, but with a regular routine, daily walks and positive training Kensington will be a contented canine, and fantastic friend.

'Kensington certainly lives up to his name, a beautiful dog, and for any feline-free families, definitely worthy of a visit.'

If you think you can offer Kensington a palace of his own, please call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 01953 498377 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk to find out more.


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