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Dogs Trust Leeds hopes Friday 13th proves lucky for one elderly dog in their care.

The nine-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier found himself looking for a new home through no fault of his own. Buster arrived at the York Road rehoming centre last month and is missing his home comforts.

Matthew Howden, Assistant Manager at Dogs Trust Leeds, says, “He is a lovely lad and is full of beans. He is always on the go, super playful and adores his toys and loves playing with his two and four-legged friends. We’re really hoping that someone who loves life as much as Buster does visits us and realises he’s the one for them!”

Lively Buster is pictured with Canine Carer Amy Carlin

Buster needs a home where his family are around all the time as he doesn’t like to be left home alone. He could live with another sensible doggie companion and can live with teenage children.  

Matthew says, “Buster came to us after a change in his family’s circumstances and he is really missing living in a home surrounded by a loving family with a comfy sofa to curl up on. We’re really hoping that he has a stroke of luck this Friday 13th and were soon waving a fond farewell to him.”

Buster loves being with his two, and four, legged friends and is with Canine Carer Amy Carlin

If you think you could be Buster’s special someone, please call Dogs Trust Leeds on 0300 303 0292 or visit him at the rehoming centre at Woodlands Farm, York Road, Leeds, LS15 4NL. 

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