A dog who was found dumped in a Northampton drug den without food and water is now in desperate need of a new home.
Sheba, a mastiff-cross aged 6, was taken in by the RSPCA after she was found left in a building in the town surrounded by drug paraphernalia last September.
Thanks to the Northampton RSPCA branch she's now returned to a healthy weight.
A veterinary examination also found she has a medical condition called dysplasia in her hips and elbows requiring long-term medication. The RSPCA say they may be able to help financially with this.
Anyone interested in re-homing Sheba can call the adoptions line on 07377 356958.