RSPCA rescue dog suffered “unspeakable acts of cruelty”
BRUNO has received some unspeakable acts of cruelty in his short life.
The two-year-old dark brindle and white Staffie crossbreed has been left in a baking hot car with a chain around his neck so tight and short he could not even lift his head up.
Thankfully, he was rescued and is now at RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre in South Mimms where he awaits a new home.
A spokesman for the Packhorse Lane centre told the Potters Bar Edition: “It is hard to believe what was done to Bruno.
“He had been brought to RSPCA Southridge as a cruelty case dog and has been in kennels for the best part of a year.”
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The spokesman added: “Bruno is a lovely and lively dog and would be most suited to an active adult home with a garden and an experienced owner.
“He generally gets on more easily with women than with men, as occasionally he seems to have a fear of some men: staff believe this is because of the unkind treatment he received in the past.”
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Bruno can initially be left on his own for up to two hours – this period can be extended with confidence and experience.
If you can give him a home call RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre on 0300 123 0704.
Alternatively you can visit Bruno at the care home open every day, except Wednesdays, from 11am until 4.15pm.