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Dogs Trust Snetterton seeks loving family for saintly Saul

10:36 14 June 2012

Saul is such a cutey and has won over all the staff during the short time hes been at the centre.

Saul is such a cutey and has won over all the staff during the short time hes been at the centre.

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Two year-old terrier Saul is keeping his paws crossed that his new home is just around the corner.

Says Diane McLelland-Taylor, Dogs Trust Snetterton rehoming centre manager: “Saul is such a cutey and has won over all the staff during the short time he’s been at the centre. Unfortunately he’s struggling with kennel life so has got his paws tightly crossed that he’ll meet his new owners soon. He gets on well with other dogs but would prefer to be the only pet in the home so that he can enjoy all the attention and treats!

“This friendly boy is looking for a family that will spend the time helping him to settle in and will take him for nice long walks. With age on his side he would also benefit from additional training to further his skill set and of course if there’s a treat on offer he’ll be the best dog in the room! If you have the quiet haven Saul is looking for and can offer him lots of love and cuddles he would love to meet you.”

If you think Saul is the dog for you please visit the Dogs Trust Snetterton rehoming centre at North End Road, Snetterton, Norfolk NR16 2LD or call the team on 01953 498377. www.dogstrust.org.uk.

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