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Doggie duo seek double the love in new home

Devoted canines best friends for a decade

Jane Meredith

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Doggie duo seek double the love in new home

A devoted doggie duo are seeking a owner who can offer them double the love in a new home.

Best buddies, ten-year-old Annie and eleven-year-old Archie are hoping to lap up a double dose of love in a happy retirement home.

Jenny Hopkins, Assistant Manager at Dogs Trust Newbury, said:

“Archie and Annie are a devoted duo who have been best friends for ten years and simply adore each other. They each have such lovely natures and are at their happiest when zipping around the garden together”.

“This adorable pair gets on well with both people and dogs and are best suited to an adult-only home, ideally with a retired couple, who can offer them a secure garden and a warm, cosy spot on the sofa to curl up together on.”

Do you think you could double the love for this doggie duo? 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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