YOU give a home to Snow?
SNOW the American Bulldog has already spent more than 200 days at the Dogs Trust in Kenilworth.
She arrived at the centre during a cold, wintery January after her owner became ill, and is still there now.
The six-year-old has been waiting for a home through winter, spring and summer, and is now about to face a lonely autumn.
Carers at the Honiley-based rehoming centre have been giving her lots of TLC and cuddles, but Snow is missing her home comforts.
staff are hoping they can find an owner with a cosy spot on the sofa for this loveable hound, where she can spend many happy years as each season goes by.
Emma Healey, rehoming centre manager at Dogs Trust Kenilworth, said: “Snow is a wonderful dog who can be shy at first but she adores people so if you can offer her some snuggle time on a sofa, she’ll be your best friend.
“She is looking for a quiet, adultonly home where someone is around for most of the day as she doesn’t like to be left alone for too long.
“She travels really well in the car and walks perfectly on the lead which is great for taking her out to new places.
“She’s been with us for a little while now and we’d love to find her a loving home to call her own where she can spend the rest of her days.”
Snow does suffer from skin allergies but Dogs Trust will support her new family with any vet bills associated with this.
If you can give Snow the chance to see in autumn from the comfort of her very own sofa, call Dogs Trust Kenilworth on 0300 303 0292 or pop into the rehoming centre at Honiley, Kenilworth, CV8 1NP.