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Dogs Trust Snetterton seeks loving home for perfect pupil Clarence

10:29 26 July 2012

A happy hound, Clarence loves to meet new people and dogs alike.

A happy hound, Clarence loves to meet new people and dogs alike.

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School may have finished for the summer but one-year-old crossbreed, Clarence, is one student who doesn’t want a break from education.

This clever canine loves to learn, and is hoping to find someone soon who would like to help him.

Kate Brewster, Dogs Trust Snetterton supporter relations officer, said: “Clarence is a wonderful dog, who just loves life! A happy hound, he loves to meet new people and dogs alike, and enjoys nothing more than playing and having his tummy tickled.

“An active boy, Clarence is looking for adopters who share his enthusiasm for walking, and being out and about exploring. And being such a youngster he will need to be given plenty to do to keep him out of mischief! Although he hasn’t had much life experience yet, Clarence is an extremely bright boy and is eager to learn good manners. Ever the enthusiastic pupil, he is thoroughly enjoying the clicker training that staff here are currently teaching him, and for adopters looking to train a young dog he will reward them tenfold.”

If you think you can offer perfect pupil Clarence a chance to learn, please call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 01953 498377 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk to find out more.

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