Overlooked Logan is desperately seeking a forever home in Sheffield as potential owners keep passing him by.
The good-looking Staffi cross has arrived at the Sheffield branch of the RSPCA from another branch as he was unable to secure a new place to live.
The Sheffield branch’s animal care manager Tammy Wilson said: “Logan was mistreated so we now need an understanding home where he will be appreciated and loved.
“Logan loves to play tug - this is possibly his favourite thing in the world! He does not care too much for giving his tug back, but he is quick to learn.
“He would love an active home, with owners who would enjoy training and working with a dog as he is very bright.
“He would be better suited to a home as an only pet and with older children who are confident with bouncy dogs.”
Logan is not comfortable around other dogs and much prefers the company of humans.
The RSPCA Sheffield branch’s next fundraising event is a Jam Night with live bands on April 22 at The Milestone pub, Peak Square, Crystal Peaks. The branch on Stadium Way, Attercliffe, is open every day, except Wednesday, from 12.30pm until 3.30pm. Call 0114 289 8050 or visit www.rspcasheffield.org