What a transformation! Pooches treated to makeover pamper session at Dogs Trust Snetterton to help in quest to find new home
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Every dog deserves to be treated once in a while - especially those at the Dogs Trust rehoming centre in Snetterton.
Lucky and Chance, who recently arrived at the centre, have been given a pooch makeover pamper session - complete with a nice fur cut - to help them in their quest to find a new home.
The inseparable brothers arrived at the rehoming centre after their previous owner had a change of circumstances.
But after giving the spaniel crosses lots of cuddles to help them settle in, the Dogs Trust team decided a groom was just what they needed to get them back on their paws.
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The six-year-old duo have been transformed and are now all set to find their rather less furry feet in a loving home together.
Lauren Cates, Dogs Trust Snetterton rehoming centre assistant manager, said: 'Lucky and Chance came into the rehoming centre with overgrown fur and were in need of some beautifying to put the spring back in their paws.
'After their transformation they appeared to be much happier and look so different – it's amazing what a haircut, grooming and some TLC can do.
'We're hoping the pair live up to their names and have a lucky break and a second chance at happiness.'
Since arriving the pooches have been put on a strict weight loss diet to shed some of their excess pounds.
They are friendly dogs and are always happy to see people.
Mrs Cates added: 'These two handsome hounds are inseparable and do everything together. They won't go out for a walk without each other and Lucky follows Chance around, but they definitely boost each other's confidence.
'When it's their bed time they curl up together and share a bed which is really cute.
'Their personalities are starting to shine through and what they really need is a forever home. We're hoping their adopter comes along very soon, before it's time for another trip to the groomers.'
Lucky and Chance would like their new owners to be around for most of the time initially while they settle in. Both dogs like four-legged friends and could live with children over eight-years-old.
If you think you could offer Lucky and Chance a home, call the rehoming centre on 0300 3030 292 or click here