Deaf RSPCA dog Millie in need of new home
DEAR Millie needs a calm, quiet home with an owner who is there most of the time as she does suffer slightly from separation anxiety.
She is a beautiful deaf girl, a four-year-old white and tan American bulldog cross, who will need training to encourage her confidence around other dogs.
She has lived with cats but, again, may need further training as she may chase them.
“Millie has an enormous amount of love to give and with time will relax to be the great pet we know she can be,” said Anna White, manager of Southridge RSPCA Animal Centre, where Millie sits and waits for a new start in life.
Anna said: “Millie is best suited to an adult home because of her deafness.
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“If you think you have time for this sweet girl and can offer her the home she deserves please speak to a member of staff.”
The RSPCA animal centre, in Packhorse Lane, South Mimms, is open every day except Wednesdays from 11am until 4.15pm.
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You can also ring 0300 123 0704 for further information.