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Dogs Trust Snetterton seeks quiet and loving rural home for fun-loving Bobby

13:40 16 August 2012

Bobby is a beautiful, fun-loving dog, with heaps of character, and a very waggy tail.

Bobby is a beautiful, fun-loving dog, with heaps of character, and a very waggy tail.

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A true English gentleman, three-and-half-year-old Collie cross, Bobby, is looking for a quiet rural home, and somebody with whom he could walk, play, and share the occasional Rich Tea biscuit!

Kate Brewster, Dogs Trust Snetterton supporter relations officer, said: “Bobby is a beautiful, fun-loving dog, with heaps of character, and a very waggy tail.

“Arriving to us here at Snetterton as a stray, it is obvious that this eager young canine has not seen much of life, and can be a little nervous on first meeting people. But being a bright boy he is enjoying training and is already proving himself to be a loyal and loving lad. Not too fussed about toys, but very partial to a hot dog sausage or the odd biscuit crumb, Bobby will be a joy to train and build a relationship with.

“A sweet-natured canine fond of human company and that of female dogs, Bobby is not enjoying kennel life and is keeping his paws crossed there is a family of Collie fans out there for him who love walking in the countryside and playing as much as he does.”

If you think you can offer beautiful Bobby a loving home, please call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 01953 498377 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk to find out more.

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