Staff at RSPCA Sheffield are transmitting a vital message - they need a new home for Roger and they want for someone to reply with a 10-4.
Roger the Akita, aged eight, was brought to the centre due to welfare concerns after he was discovered isolated and in dire conditions. His teeth were in such a dreadful state that most of them had to be removed.
He has already learned his basic commands and is eager to walk to marching orders and involve himself in some new training.
But this big teddy knows how to have fun off duty and he’ll being a new owner lots of happiness and joy.
Acting animal care manager Tammy Wilson said: “Roger is a gorgeous, friendly fellow, full of life with a glorious, plush brindle and white coat and soulful eyes.
“We are hoping that this amazing Akita will fly out to a new home.
“He’s a good choice for first time dog owners or owners who would prefer a dog who already knows a lot of their basic commands or is generally well behaved.”
The RSPCA Sheffield Branch on Stadium Way, Attercliffe, is open every day, except Wednesday, from 12.30pm until 3.30pm and we can be contacted on 0114 289 8050.
The branch’s next event is its Easter fair on March 28 from 10.30am to 3pm. Visit www.rspcasheffield.org for more details.