VIDEO: Canine companions are seeking puppy love in Sheffield

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Lonely hearts Quincy and Flower are just two of 23 dogs at the RSPCA’s Sheffield branch looking for love this Valentine’s week.

Quincy, a Brindle Staffordshire Terrier crossbreed and Flower, a black and white Collie crossbreed, were both among a group of five dogs rescued for welfare reasons.

Animal care assistant Jo Davis; dog Flower; dog Quincy and animal care supervisor Vykki Whelan.

Animal care assistant Jo Davis; dog Flower; dog Quincy and animal care supervisor Vykki Whelan.

And now, the eight-year-olds are both seeking their perfect match together.

Acting animal care manager for the RSPCA Sheffield Branch Tammy Wilson said: “These dogs were real lonely hearts left alone for long periods of time without human company and they now want nothing more than to find love and a forever home.

“They are a great pair to have together as Flower brings a calming influence to bouncy Quincy and in turn Quincy helps Flower to blossom in confidence.

“This is the reason that ideally we want to find them a home together and they are a true joy to have as a pair.

“So if you think this charming pair might be the perfect match for you, we’d love to introduce you this Valentine’s.”

If the new home has children, those aged over 13 would be best suited to this couple of canines.

n The RSPCA Sheffield Branch on Stadium Way, Attercliffe, is open every day, except Wednesday daytime, from 12.30pm until 3.30pm. Call 0114 289 8050 or visit www.rspcasheffield.org