A neglected dog in Sheffield is in need of a save haven to call his own after being nursed back to good health.
Samuel, the four-year-old Rottweiler, has been cared for by staff at RSPCA Sheffield after arriving in a state of poor health.
The canine, described as ‘friendly and lovely’, is now looking for new owners to continue to care for him.
Tony Benham, RSPCA Sheffield branch manager, said: “This sleek lad he came to us slightly underweight with a nasty ear infection which has now cleared up.
“He loves to play, is very bright and enjoys training and learning new things.
“There doesn’t seem to be anything that we have spotted that he likes to avoid or which overly frightens him.
“Sam gets on very well with people.
“If we could give Sam the miracle ending he deserves, owners would ideally have some experience of rottweilers or similar breeds.”
Anyone interested in Samuel, or any other dog for adoption, is asked to contact RS PCA Sheffield.
The branch can be found at Stadium Way, Attercliffe, or reached at 0114 289 8050. Alternatively, visit http://rspcasheffield.homeip.net/