Dog rescued by RSPCA inspector in Sheffield needs a new home

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RSPCA inspectors who rescued a Rottweiler-cross because of concerns for her welfare are looking for a new home for her.

Seven-year-old Mildred arrived at the RSPCA’s animal centre in Attercliffe in October and staff and volunteers who care a for her say she is now ready for a forever home.

They describe her as ‘extremely friendly and affectionate’ but warn that she is ‘not happy’ around other animals and would need some support to become more confident around other dogs.

An RSPCA spokesman said: “Mildred is a wonderful Rotti cross lady that originally came into RSPCA care via an inspector due to welfare issues.

“She is extremely friendly and affectionate and she just loves to spend time with you exploring and sniffing on lovely walks.

“She is looking for a home where she can be the only pet and have all the love and attention for herself.

“Mildred is not happy around other animals and she is looking for new owners to help and support her so she can become more confident around other dogs when out on walks. She will require some ongoing training in this area with the guidance of the centre.

“Mildred will make a very friendly and rewarding companion for owners who have a little time and a lot of love to give.”

For more information call 0114 2898050.