Dog in RSPCA kennel in Sheffield needs forever home

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RSPCA staff and volunteers are looking for a new home for a ‘cheeky chappie’ with a zest for learning.

Milo, a Terrier cross, was rescued by an RSPCA inspector and is currently being cared for at the charity’s animal rescue centre in Attercliffe.

Staff and volunteers who have helped with his training describe him as a ‘young and handsome terrier who is eager to learn new things and hoping to find a new forever home’.

They say he has ‘made quite an impression’ at the centre.

Animal care assistant Sam Gray said: “Milo is a cheeky chappie with a bouncy character.

“He is one of many dogs rescued from either a cruel environment or from abandonment.

“Milo would be best suited to an active adult home with experienced owners looking for a ‘project’.

“He has bucket fulls of potential and fun, but along with the centre’s support, needs channelling into the right activities to make the most out of his personality.”

The RSPCA is running its’ Give a Dog a Home’ campaign backed by The Star, to find new homes for abandoned, neglected and ill treated dogs living in kennels.

The Sheffield branch is open daily, except Wednesday, from 12.30pm - 3.30pm.

An open day is to be held on Sunday, July 5.

Call the centre on 0114 2898050.