Tricky start for res­cued pups


Uxbridge Gazette - - News -

DOGS Trust West Lon­don has taken in three black Scot­tish ter­rier pup­pies just in time for Hal­loween.

The three lit­tle ladies have strik­ing pointy ears re­sem­bling bats, and have been named Boo, Pump­kin and Candy.

The lit­ter came into the cen­tre after be­ing il­le­gally im­ported into the UK. At the very ten­der age of 16 weeks, th­ese sis­ters will need some time to find their paws but have al­ready bagged for­ever homes with their spe­cial some­one, for when they are ready.

Dogs Trust West Lon­don’s Re­hom­ing Cen­tre man­ager, Richard Moore, said: “Like all pup­pies, they are ab­so­lutely adorable, but we have found suit­able homes for them with own­ers who have the time and pa­tience to give them ev­ery­thing they need, es­pe­cially after such a dif­fi­cult start in life.

“We have al­ready started to do ba­sic train­ing with them and they are very quick learn­ers, es­pe­cially if their favourite foodie treat or toy is on of­fer as a re­ward! They will be head­ing off to mag­i­cal homes very soon.”

If you think you’d be the ‘paw’fect for­ever home for a pooch in our care and can show them that the world isn’t such a scary place this Hal­loween, please call the cen­tre on 0300 303 0292.

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