A shy dog living in RSPCA kennels in Sheffield is in need of a new home.
Staff and volunteers at the RSPCA’s animal centre in Attercliffe are appealing for dog lovers wanting a companion to consider adopting Lloyd.
The ‘very shy’ brindle and white cross breed is said to have increased in confidence during his time with the animal charity but still has a timid nature.
He is described by those at the RSPCA kennels as a ‘lovely boy’.
A charity spokesman said: “Lloyd was brought to the Sheffield Animal Centre very shy but is growing in confidence daily.
“Lloyd is looking for a quiet home where he can enjoy a stable routine and get used to new environments slowly in his own time.
“He has previously been around other dogs, but seems to lack confidence on initial meetings, however a canine companion may be possible with slow introductions.
“Because of his timid nature he would prefer a home with adults only who can provide him with a quiet environment.
“Please could you offer Lloyd a loving new home?”
One-to-one visits to meet Lloyd and other dogs in need of new homes can be arranged at the animal centre, which is open daily, except Wednesdays, from 12.30pm-3.30pm.
To find out more about Lloyd call the RSPCA on 0114 2898050.