A handsome Sharpei cross rescued by the RSPCA aas part of an investigation into animal cruelty is looking for a new home.
Marley was emaciated and in poor health when he was found by inspectors but has made a full recovery during his time at the RSPCA’s animal centre in Attercliffe and is now ready to be re-homed.
He is one of a number of dogs the RSPCA wants to find forever homes for as part of their ‘Give A Dog A Home’ campaign, backed by The Star.
The campaign is aimed at finding homes for unloved and unwanted dogs abandoned across the city or taken into care.
Acting Animal Care Manager, Tammy Wilson, said: “He was extremely emaciated and in very poor health. He is now back to full health and ready to find a new family to have amazing adventures with.
“Marley’s life was previously unsettled but he has made tremendous progress whilst being in care.
“Due to his past, he has a few little issues but because of his love of food training him has been a doddle. He will try his absolute best to please you if he gets a food wage for getting the job done.
“This amazing dog so deserves to be happy, he just needs a little more support to help him to bag up his history, leave it behind him and to move forward happy and stronger.”
Call 0114 2898050 or visit www.rspcasheffield.org