A fun-loving terrier cross who loves getting out and about is seeking a new forever home in Sheffield.
Carlos will bring lots of laughter to his new home, say staff at the RSPCA’s Sheffield branch.
Animal care manager Tammy Wilson said: “Carlos is just one of many dogs we see come through the centre abandoned and left homeless, through no fault of their own.”
Carlos would be best suited to an active home with older, teenage children. He may be comfortable with a canine companion, depending on a meet and greet, and would be happiest with a robust and tolerant companion.
Tammy said: “Carlos loves being out and about. He loves to learn, and is very bright. He is a fun loving character and will bring lots of laughter into a home.
“He doesn’t much care for being left without something to amuse him. He is an active boy and finds kennel life difficult. He would love to find a home of his own to enjoy exploring.”
The RSPCA Sheffield branch is open every day, except Wednesday, from 12.30pm until 3.30pm and it can be contacted on 0114 289 8050.
The branch’s next big event is its 21st annual dinner and dance on May 8 at Baldwin’s Omega.
For tickets, contact Sally Parkin on firstname.lastname@example.org.