Help RSPCA find mistreated bull terrier a new home
AT just three months old, Staffordshire bull terrier Yenne was the subject of an RSPCA investigation after the discovery of a number of fractures to her body. After months of being cared for by the RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre, in South Mimms, Yenne is
AT just three months old, Staffordshire bull terrier Yenne was the subject of an RSPCA investigation after the discovery of a number of fractures to her body.
After months of being cared for by the RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre, in South Mimms, Yenne is ready to find a new home and family to rebuild her life.
The black and white dog, who is now nearly one, loves other dogs - although she has never lived with them - and travels well.
As part of her recuperation following treatment for her fractures, to her leg and ribs, Yenne has been going to hydrotherapy once or twice a week.
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She will need a normal level of exercise and an experienced owner who will take her to basic training.
She is not good with cats, but can live with children of secondary school age, and can be left for a short time.
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A spokesman for the Packhorse Lane centre told the WHT: "Yenne is ready to put the past behind her and looks forward to a new home and a new life with a family that will love, care and respect her."
If you can offer Yenne a new start in life, call the animal care home on 0300 123 0704.
Alternatively you can visit her at the centre open every day, except Wednesdays, from 11am until 4.15pm.