RSPCA Find Me A Home: Lysander and Hector

11:02 18 September 2011

Hector and Lysander need a new home

Hector and Lysander need a new home

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LOVELY Shih Tzu Lysander came into RSPCA Southridge with his best friend Hector after being removed from their owner because of neglect.

They were so badly matted that when they were clipped enough hair was removed to cover two more dogs!

Because of this neglect, and the fact that they are older dogs – Lysander is 13, Hector 14 – they would like to go to a quiet home with older, sensible children.

They would also like to stay together as they are the best of friends.

Though they love each other, Lysander and Hector are not too keen on other animals so would need to be the only pets in the house.

These beautiful dogs deserve a loving new home with someone to care and to shower them with love.

If you are that special person, please contact the RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre on 0300 123 0704 or email southridge@rspca.org.uk

You can also visit the centre, in Packhorse Lane, South Mimms, any day of the week except Wednesdays from 11am until 4.15pm (from 1pm on Sundays).

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