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Quirky canine named Scooby has been ready one yr to be adopted

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Scooby is one in every of RSPCA Lancashire East’s longest-staying dogs.

A loving, pleasant canine who’s ‘full of character’ has been ready for an entire yr to be adopted – and employees on the RSPCA can’t perceive why.

The Lurcher canine arrived at the RSPCA branch final summer time after his earlier proprietor was unable to take care of him.

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He is simply 21 months old – so has been ready for a brand new home for greater than half his life.

Scooby has solely been in kennels for a month when he broken his tail from being so bouncy.

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The damage brought on an arterial bleed and he needed to have it amputated – but it surely hasn’t stopped him from benefiting from life.

As a results of his damage and his frustration at being in kennels, he was put into foster care with Amy Robinson, an Animal Care Assistant on the department whereas he waits for his ceaselessly home.

Amy mentioned: “The first thing you will notice about Scooby is that he is very loving and extremely intelligent.

“He is a happy-go-lucky dog who is a huge character.

“Everyone at the branch thinks he is an amazing boy and we want nothing more than for him to go to a loving new home.”

Since being in foster care with Amy, Scooby has realized numerous instructions and is being educated to walk properly on a lead.

He would ideally swimsuit a home than is keen to proceed coaching him.

“He is very quirky and makes us giggle every day. He will give me a sigh if I ask him to do too many tricks before rewarding him.

“We often find half-eaten dental sticks shoved down the back of the sofa which he saves for later and he will let us know if we are sitting on one that he wants!

“He also absolutely loves a cuddle, but if you stop for too long he will give you a gentle nudge with his leg to remind you that he’s waiting, and when that fails he will whine at you!

“He weighs 25kg (55lb) but believes he was born to be a lap dog as he will perch himself on your knee at any given moment!”

Scooby could be reactive when he sees a canine on a lead, nevertheless his reactivity is decreased when he’s out on a walk with one other canine.

For this cause, he can be appropriate to be rehomed with one other assured, playful canine. He is searching for an adult-only home. If you have an interest in adopting Scooby, contact the department by emailing [email protected] or name 01254 231118.

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