Sheffield Council Kennels: 5 dogs that were found living on the streets are ready to be given a loving home

These five young dogs deserve to have loving homes.

Sheffield Council Kennels, which describes itself as “a safe place for stray dogs”, is currently looking to find homes for five dogs in their care - all of which were found roaming the streets. 

The dogs range from a small Shih-Tzu that is in need of a groom, to two Lurchers aged less than a year old. None of these dogs had previously been microchipped, so their age and names are unknown, but kennel staff have worked hard to estimate their age and give them a name to suit their unique personalities.

If you are interested in adopting one of these dogs, you must pay a non-refundable £100 adoption fee. All dogs adopted from Sheffield City Council must also be neutered/spayed, which will be an additional cost to the adopter.

For further information about each of the dogs please click here. To book an appointment to view them, please call the kennels on 0114 272 6758 or 7817 497995 between 8am and 8pm. 

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