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Waiting a year for a home and still no one wants him - plea to house pet dog
A PET pooch is desperate for a new home as he approaches his one year anniversary with the RSPCA, the charity says.
Cross-breed "Cerb" was brought into the animal centre in Wallasey last March after inspectors discovered him in poor living conditions.
The three-year-old had been given no training when he arrived at the centre but has now become comfortable around people again.
Wirral RSPCA inspector Anthony Joynes said: “He wasn’t given the best start in life and was a very boisterous yet nervous dog. It is understandable how it took a good few months for him to let his guard down and begin to trust us humans again.
“The staff at RSPCA Wallasey have put a lot of effort into training him and making him know he can trust humans and just be able to act like a dog.
“However his time is now definitely overdue in finding his forever home – he needs a home with experienced dog owners, no young children or other animals.
“It would be fantastic to see him go home in time for his first anniversary with the RSPCA.”
For more information on Cerb, call the Wallasey centre on 0151 638 6318.