The RSPCA is appealing for homes after it rescued nearly 40 dogs from a flat in Surrey last month.
The dog, many of which were Chihuahuas or Chihuahua crosses, were found to be living in cramped conditions.
RSPCA Millbrook, Chobham, has taken in 27 of the dogs whilst the rest are being cared for by other RSPCA centres and branches. Luckily, many have already been rehomed but Bobby, Ziggy and Boo are still patiently waiting.
Bobby, the five-year-old tan coloured Chihuahua is looking for a home with an owner who is able to build up his confidence. He is a nervous dog and would benefit from living with another furry friend.
Jocelyn Iveson, at RSPCA Millbrook said, “Bobby, Ziggy and Boo are all affectionate and loving dogs but they are also very nervous of their new surroundings. They will need someone who can invest time into building their confidence and watching them grow.
“Bobby is very sweet and loves a fuss, and he loves curling up on his fleece for a nap. He will need an adult-only home as he is very frightened by new people and new surroundings and needs to be housetrained.”
Ziggy, a tan coloured six-month-old Chihuahua, is also looking for his forever home.
Jocelyn added, “Ziggy has come out of his shell a little bit more and is definitely a lap dog! He could live with a family who has children at secondary school age or older. He would also benefit from having a confident dog to learn from.”
Boo, the Jack Russell Terrier, needs lots of socialisation as he is very nervous. He is looking for an adult-only home with someone who can build his confidence and let him come out of his shell in his own time.
Contact RSPCA Millbrook on 0300 123 0740 or visit their website for more information.