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Bonnie and Clyde seek new home together

No hold-ups in search essential

Jane Meredith

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Bonnie and Clyde seek new home together

TWO fun-packed Jack Russell terriers are seeking a new home together without any hold-up.

Eight-year-old terriers, Bonnie, and her best friend, Clyde, are on the hunt for a loving new home.

Nicki Barrow, Rehoming Centre manager at Dogs Trust Newbury, said:

“Bonnie and Clyde are everything you’d expect from the name; mischievous and loveable at the same time. They are both young at heart, love playing games and will soak up all the attention they can get; so their ideal owners would need to have a lot of free time to spend with them.

“They would be best suited to a family home with kids over the age of 11 and would prefer to be the only two pets in the household. Lots of space will also do these rascals good as they have bags of energy and enjoy running around.

“Both dogs love meeting new people and are food fanatics, so a tasty treat will make them your best friends for life.”

Do you think you could offer Bonnie and Clyde a loving home? Please call the staff at Dogs Trust Newbury on 0300 303 0292.

Or why not pop into the rehoming centre at Plumb’s Farm, Hamstead Marshall, Newbury, Berks, RG20 0HR.

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 across the UK and one in Ireland.

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

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