RSPCA seeks more homes for dogs in Sheffield kennels

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A timid dog left in RSPCA kennels after his owners were unable to care for him anymore is looking for a forever home.

Zack, a Doberman-Lurcher crossbreed, is described by the RSPCA as ‘a terrific boy who just needs a stable and loving home’.

An RSPCA spokesman said: “He is a timid boy finds upheaval very stressful so he will need support and patience at times of change and in new environments.

“Zack seems to adore other dogs so much that if he sees one he will attempt to go up and make friends with them instantly whether they want his friendship or not.

“He may be happier in a home with a tolerant and calm companion who can help him to polish up on doggy etiquette.”

Zack is timid and wary of new people and has been found to be more comfortable with women than men initially.

An RSPCA spokesman added: “This handsome boy adores his toys and dreams of chasing tennis balls all day long. He is such a character.

“Our Zack is very intelligent and is quite well educated as far as his basic commands go and is hoping to continue his education with his new family as he really loves to learn and impress you.

“If you give this guy a chance - he gives you 110 per cent in return. He really is the most fantastic dog who just wants to finally belong.”

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