Dog Trust Merseyside have launched a rehoming appeal in the hope of finding new homes for three loveable homeless hounds.
Two-year-old crossbreed Snoopy (right), who is black and white with long black ears just like his cartoon namesake, is good-natured, fun, loyal and a genuinely happy boy despite the fact that he was a stray before arriving at the centre in May. His four-legged friend Charlie Brown (middle) is 18-months-old, boisterous and clever and although he loves to please his two-legged friends, unfortunately he couldn’t stay with his previous owners due to a change in family circumstances. Last but not least, seven-year-old Peanut (left), who found herself homeless in March after her owner sadly became ill, is a bouncy, friendly girl who loves nothing more than a fuss and a cuddle.
Jake Flatman, Assistant Manager at the Huyton Rehoming Centre, says, “I’m delighted to say that our gorgeous Snoopy has a lot in common with his cartoon namesake and thankfully Charlie Brown doesn’t, as the two-legged version lacked self confidence and could be stubborn! They, and Peanut, are all really fun-loving dogs and will definitely keep their new owners entertained so we’re just hoping it won’t be long before they are each spotted for being the stars they are.
“In the cartoon, Snoopy was known for going off into a fantasy world and doing a happy dance! Well, we’re hoping that these three don’t have to fantasise about their ideal homes for much longer and we can’t wait for them to do their own version of the happy dance when they find their perfect ending.”
If you think you can offer any of these stars the home they long for, please contact the team at Dogs Trust Merseyside on 0300 303 0292 or visit the centre at Whiston Lane, Liverpool, L36 6HP.
Photo credit: Peter Kelly