Dogs Trust Manchester are searching for a new home that can offer double the love for a brother and sister doggie duo.

Three-year-old crossbreeds Charlie and Lola have never spent a day apart. Due to a change in family circumstances the pair could no longer stay in the home that they had lived in since they were puppies, and are now at Dogs Trust Manchester where they are waiting for their new forever home.

Charlie & Lola with Canine Carers Budd Norris & Carley Errington

Dawn Bishop, Dogs Trust Manchester Manager, said, “Charlie and Lola are like two peas in a pod who adore each other, so we really want to find them a new home together. They are very attached and will happily spend endless hours with each other. At bed time they are often found curled around each other fast asleep. They are very sweet.

“Taking on a doggie duo can be extremely rewarding; whilst it’s double the responsibility, it’s also double the love, and Charlie and Lola’s new family will certainly get that from these two.

“They have a wonderful bond and are both very similar in temperament – they are affectionate and friendly and both love to go out on great walks, and play with balls. Lola particularly enjoys a game of fetch! They are lively and energetic and will make fun and entertaining companions.”

Charlie and Lola are full of fun

Charlie and Lola are looking for an active family and can live with sensible children over the age of 14. They would like a secure garden where they can play to their heart’s content. They would like to be the only dogs in the home and cannot live with cats or small furries.

If you think Charlie and Lola could be the perfect pair for you, you can visit the centre at Dogs Trust Manchester on Parkway, Denton, M34 3SG. You can also find out more about all the dogs waiting for their forever homes at or call the centre on 0300 303 0292.

Images by Dogs Trust


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