Rescue dogs Sheffield: Surprise at lack of interest in 'teeny tiny, super sweet' young Pom in need of home
Volunteers at an animal rescue charity have expressed concern at the lack of interest in one pooch in particular
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Sassy has been taken in by Helping Yorkshire Poundies and is in need of a forever home.
She is a Pom cross, around two years old and was rescued from kennels for strays.
Helping Yorkshire Poundies said: "How have we not been inundated with enquiries for her! Teeny tiny, super sweet, young little Pom girly.
The charity added: "Sassy is cute as a button! She is a very sweet little lady who’s a real princess and lives up to her name. She can be a little shy at first, but quickly comes round and loves a cuddle.
"Sassy’s main love in life is her tennis ball. She is like a mini collie with it and wants to play fetch all the time.
"She is very clean, tidy and relaxed in her kennel and we only hear her when she thinks another dog is getting attention, then she lets us know that she wants attention too.
"She isn’t a huge fan of other dogs, and definitely wants all attention on her, so she does need a pet free home where she can be the only princess. Sassy is a brilliant little character who deserves to find a 5* home who will adore her."