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Pikachu and Jigglypuff waiting to be 'caught'

Two seven-week-old Staffies are looking for their forever home after being left at the Dogs Trust Glasgow rehoming centre. The two came in as part of an unwanted litter, and have been named after two popular Pokémon in hopes someone will decide to 'catch' them.

Sandra Lawton, Rehoming Centre Manager at Dogs Trust Glasgow, says, “Our Pokémon puppies are such little bundles of energy – they really do keep us on our toes especially when we’ve got to catch them all after playtime! They would make wonderful additions to Pokemon-mad families who can spend time playing lots of games with their new best friends. They might even be able to take part in a spot of Pokemon Go on their daily walkies!”

As they're so young, Pikachu and Jigglypuff will need ongoing socialisation and basic training. They can be rehomed with young children and active owners.

"There’s no better team for our puppies than a loving family of their own, and I know it’s their destiny to find the very best owners who will give them a lifetime of love," Sandra says. "They are such cheeky and affectionate little characters and I hope they can soon claim their rightful place as four-legged members of a devoted family.”

To enquire about adopting either of these puppies, or any of the dogs at Dogs Trust Glasgow, you can call 0300 303 0292 or visit the Dogs Trust website.

Image by Dogs Trust.