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Tuesday, October 2, 2012
A rescue centre is searching for a new home for two dogs who have been with them for months.
Archie and Jackson, both Staffordshire bull terriers, are in the care of the RSPCA Norwich and Mid-Norfolk branch and staff are keen to get them to their new homes as soon as possible.
Animal care assistant Danni Ciarla said: “Both Archie and Jackson are older dogs at 10 and eight years old, but typical of their breed, they are fun loving and exuberant.
“They are looking for homes where they will be the only pet and ideally with children over the age of 10 years old.” The dogs are at Two Acre Kennels in North Tuddenham and looked after by staff and a dog behaviourist with over 20 years experience.
Miss Ciarla said: “I think that people can sometimes believe we put ‘restraints’ on who can adopt, however, all of the requirements for each of our animals is so that the owner and animal can be matched successfully. All of our dogs are thorougly assessed.”
The kennels are open everyday to potential adopters who are encouraged to visit on a drop in basis between midday and 3pm.
All of the animals available for adoption are on the branch’s website at www.rspcanorwich.org.uk as well as details on how to adopt an animal.