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Woofer of week - Buster

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Woofer of week - Buster
AN inquisitive crossbreed is hoping to 'bust a move' into a new home.Buster is a five-year-old crossbreed who came to Dogs Trust Newbury when his owners’ circumstances changed and they were no longer able to look after him. He is now ready to find a...

AN inquisitive crossbreed is hoping to 'bust a move' into a new home.

Buster is a five-year-old crossbreed who came to Dogs Trust Newbury when his owners’ circumstances changed and they were no longer able to look after him. He is now ready to find a loving new home.

Jenny Hopkins, assistant manager at Dogs Trust Newbury, said:

“Buster is an inquisitive chap who loves exploring and is at his happiest when enjoying plenty of fresh air on his daily walks. He is a food fanatic who will do anything for a tasty treat!”

“As Buster has spent much of his life outside, he is best suited to a home with a secure garden in a rural location so he can enjoy exploring as much as possible. He can take a bit of time to get to know new people and doesn’t like too much fuss so he would like to live in an adult-only home.”

Do you think you could give Buster a happy new home? Why not pop into the rehoming centre at Plumb’s Farm, Hamstead Marshall, Newbury, Berks RG20 0HR or call the rehoming centre on 0300 303 0292.

Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity and cares for nearly 17,000 stray and abandoned dogs each year through its network of 20 Rehoming Centres in the UK and one in Ireland.

For more information about the charity’s work please visit www.dogstrust.org.uk

 

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