Puppies abandoned in Norfolk village
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Two little puppies need a new home - after they were abandoned in a Norfolk village.
A London businessman saw two men turn up in a white transit van and dump the dogs at Ashill, between Watton and Swaffham, yesterday.
He got in touch with the PACT animal sanctuary at Woodrising, near Hingham, who took the dogs in.
Chris Rockingham, from PACT, said: 'They are clearly brothers estimated at around three to four months old. They are black greyhound or whippet lurchers, smooth coated with some white markings.
'Both are very thin, dehydrated, and very, very scared. Sanctuary staff have named them Tony and Lee.
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'We will be looking for good homes for them once they have been health checked, vaccinated and micro chipped.'
Anyone with information as to their owners, donations or offers of homes please should call PACT on 01362 820775.
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