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Snetterton dog rescue centre seeks home for avid football fan Bronx

13:26 03 May 2012

Three-year-old German Shepherd cross, Bronx, who loves to play football.

Three-year-old German Shepherd cross, Bronx, who loves to play football.

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With football fever in the air, three-year-old German Shepherd cross, and avid football fan, Bronx, would love to be able to play the nation’s favourite game in a new home.

Kate Brewster, Dogs Trust Snetterton supporter relations officer, said: “Bronx is a big friendly giant, who loves nothing more than a bit of fuss, and a spot of football. Bronx is looking for a quiet adult-only home with ‘teammates’ who will enjoy indulging in fetch games and regular exercise with him.

“Bronx is a bright boy who has already mastered his basic obedience and is keen to learn more. He has very good manners, is housetrained, and is happy to travel in a car, especially if this means an away game somewhere.

“A beautiful boy with lots of love to give, he loves human company and is friendly with other dogs so could live with a confident canine companion. Bronx’s only dislike is postmen, so adopters who communicate mainly by telephone or email would be ideal for him!”

If you think you can offer this lovely lad a place to play, please call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 01953 498377 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk to find out more.

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