Dogs Trust’s Warwickshire Rehoming Centre appeals for homes for its inseparable pooch-pairs
Dogs Trust Kenilworth is housing pairs of delightful doggy duos that have made friendships so firm they simply can’t be separated.
The Rehoming Centre is hoping to win the hearts of Warwickshire locals who are looking to invite some double trouble into their homes!
Dogs Trust Kenilworth Rehoming Centre manager Sandra Wilson says:
“When inseparable pairs come into the centre we do everything we can to ensure they find a home together. Rehoming two dogs means double the responsibility but double the reward and these four pairs are no exception – they have a lot to give to you and each other. Owning two dogs also means they can keep each other entertained and can be left for a little longer than a lone dog.”
Logan and Lexi are two eight year old Staffies who found themselves down and our when their owners’ marriage came to an end. Both dogs are longing for their home comforts and a loving environment. They are excellent with other dogs, adore each other, children and anyone that shows them love – Logan and Lexi will steal your heart!
Viscount and Bluebell are two four year old Beagles who came in after their owner sadly passed away. It’s been very confusing for the two dogs that rely on each other for support. They are very affectionate and looking for an active adult home.
Jackie and Ben are two six year old German Shepherds that were found together living as strays and it’s clear they have a very strong bond that cannot be broken. This dashing duo can live with older children and love lots of fuss and attention.
If you think you could offer any of these delightful doggy duos the homes they so deserve please contact Dogs Trust Kenilworth: Honiley Road, Kenilworth, Warks, CV8 1NP or 01926 484 398
Dog's Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity and cares for over 16,000 stray and abandoned dogs each year through its network of 17 Rehoming Centres nationwide.
For more information about the charity’s work please visit http://www.dogstrust.org.uk/