Six Saluki Whippet cross puppies abandoned at Mayhew Animal Home, Kensal Green
PUBLISHED: 12:00 01 April 2018
Six unwanted Saluki Whippet cross puppies are on the lookout for homes after being left at an animal charity in Kensal Green.
The six-month-old pups, who have been named Rolo, Minstrel, Bounty, Skittles, Cadbury and Twirl with an apparent disregard for trademark legislation, were brought into Mayhew in Trenmar Gardens because their previous owner was unable to cope with looking after them.
Staff at the charity gave them bath and a full check-up including flea and worm treatment. They were later vaccinated and neutered.
The charity’s dog adoption officer, Lisa Guiney, said: “They have different personalities – some are more confident and playful than others, but they are all adorable and just looking for a safe new place that they can call home.
“We are looking for adopters who have plenty of time on their hands to continue with their training and socialisation, so they can all grow up to be well-behaved adult dogs.”
Visit themayhew.org or call 020 8962 8000.
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