Two lovely little ladies looking for love
The staff at Dogs Trust Newbury have called two of their new arrivals Silver and Gold after the success that England had at the recent Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.
Silver, an 8 year old female Cairn Terrier crossbreed and Gold, an 8 year old female Sheltie crossbreed were found together as strays and the lovely ladies are now looking to find a home together.
Gold can be a bit shy on first meeting, but Silver is always cheerful and outgoing and they make a wonderful pair. Both are loving and affectionate girls and they simply love a cuddle. Ideally, they are seeking an active, retired couple who can give them lots of love.
Jenny Hopkins, Dogs Trust Newbury Rehoming Centre Assistant Manager, comments:
“We’re not too sure about the background on these two dogs but they get on so well together that we think they may have grown up together in the same house. We hope that we can find them a new home together as they are the cutest couple and really are the best of friends!”
Dogs Trust Newbury cares for around 65 dogs at the Rehoming Centre at any one time and last year cared for almost 500 dogs. Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity with 16 Rehoming Centres across the UK, caring for over 13,500 dogs every year. To find out more about Silver and Gold or any of the dogs at Dogs Trust Newbury please call the Rehoming Centre directly on 01488 658391.