It has been a case of the dogs came in two by two at Dogs Trust Manchester recently and the team are hoping they find two pairs of devoted duos equally devoted owners.
The team at the Denton-based re-homing centre have found themselves looking after two sets of canine companions who have found themselves without a home through no fault of their own.
Now the team are hoping they’ll find forever families for them all at the double.
Dawn Bishop, Re-homing Centre Manager, says, “We like to call them our Fabulous Four as they are all adorable! They each found themselves without a home due to a change in their families’ circumstances so we’re hoping that it won’t be long before some big-hearted dog lovers fall in love, twice over!”
Ten-year-old Collie, Roxie, and nine-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier Alfie are young at heart and inseparable. Alfie has lived with Roxie all his life and their favourite pastime is playing with each other as well as their two-legged friends.
Staffordshire Bull Terriers Diesal, who is ten, and seven-year-old Daisy, rarely take their eyes off each other, unless there’s a game of fetch on offer. They love having cuddles and a fuss made of them and when they aren’t playing, they can be found snuggled up together enjoying a snooze.
Dawn says, “They can all live with cats and children and they are all incredibly affectionate and fun so we know they will be a wonderful addition to family life.
“They really are true canine companions who need to stay together so we’re just hoping local dog-lovers are looking for double the doggie love and have room in their homes and their hearts for them.”
If you think you could be the perfect pairing for Alfie and Roxie or Diesal and Daisy, please call the centre on 0300 303 0292. Alfie and Roxie are living in a foster home so if you would like to meet them please call so a meeting at the rehoming centre can be arranged. You can visit Dogs Trust Manchester on Parkway, Denton, M34 3SG or find out more at www.dogstrust.org.uk