A Staffie who loves to play and have fun is looking for a new home.
Patch, who is being cared for in RSPCA kennels in Sheffield is also said to be keen to learn.
He has undergone some basic training at the animal charity’s animal shelter in Attercliffe but staff and volunteers said he would benefit from a fresh start, having had a lack of training in his previous home.
The RSPCA’s Acting Animal Care Manager, Tammy Wilson, said: “He loves to play and have fun, he is always eager to please and he loves tasty treats.
“He is a brilliant young boy who through no fault of his own has lost his way.”
She added: “Still a young dog, Patch hasn’t had the best of chances in life so far and is looking for a family who can give him another shot.
“Patch is one of many animals currently in the care of RSPCA Sheffield branch who often come from neglectful and cruel owners.
“He would benefit from starting from scratch in all areas of his training, as he has not had much in the past, although he is keen and enthusiastic to learn.
“The centre welcomes visits from members of the public and are happy to organise one-to-one meet and greets with any of the animals looking for a new home.”
To find out more about Patch and other dogs in need of a new home call 0114 2898050.