An inseparable pair of Lurchers are seeking a new home for a second time through no fault of their own.
Mum Mildred and her son, George, are currently waiting at Dogs Trust Leeds but it’s not their first time at the York Road rehoming centre. The pair originally arrived in October 2015 where they were rehomed but sadly due to an unavoidable change in family circumstances they are now homeless once more.
Amanda Sands, Manager at Dogs Trust Leeds, says, “George and Mildred are a lovely and loving pair. They adore being together and George in particular likes his mum to be by his side as much as possible. They are both very playful and love to have their giddy moments together as well as with their two-legged friends.
“It can be more difficult to find a home for two dogs rather than one but we really hope there is someone out there ready and waiting to welcome these canine companions into their home.”
Mildred, six, and George, three, are looking for a home with a secure garden where they can run around. They need to be the only dogs in the home and can’t live with small furries due to their high prey drive. They are looking for a family with children over the age of 12.
Amanda adds, “Despite their size they like to think they are lap dogs and climb on you for a cuddle which is adorable. They would like to join a family who love to get out and about as much as they do and as they have each other for company they don’t mind being left home alone for a few hours to have a snooze.
“George and Mildred are hoping they will find their special someone very soon, with room in their hearts and home for the both of them.”
Contact the centre on 0300 303 0292 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk for more information.