Having suffered severe neglect can you offer two RSPCA dogs a new home?
LASSIE and Snoop both found themselves at RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre as a result of severe neglect by their owners — and both are looking for new starts in life.
Three-year-old Lassie is a female black and tan German Shepherd.
She suffered with an allergic reaction to fleas and areas of her body became so affected that it was covered with open sores.
Lassie is now over the worst.
A spokeswoman for the Packhorse Lane, South Mimms centre told the Potters Bar Edition: “She is an adorable and very affectionate dog who would suit a family with children above the age of 10.
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“Lassie is great with other dogs, travels well and requires a fairly active home with an owner who is home the best part of the day.”
Brindle staffie Snoop is a one-year-old boy who loves nothing more than a cuddle and a game of ball.
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The spokeswoman added: “Snoop is not good with other dogs or cats, travels well and can be left for a short time.
“He can live with children of secondary school age with an experienced owner and some basic training would be beneficial.”
If you can offer either Lassie or Snoop a home call the centre on 0300 123 0704.
Alternatively you can visit the dogs everyday except Wednesdays from 11am until 4.15pm.