Meet Lola and Sherman, the furry friends from the Ferne Animal Sanctuary in Chard, Somerset.
The adorable pair have become depressed, and are now in urgent need of a new home.
As an incentive to any would-be owner, the sanctuary will cover all vet costs, jabs, worming and flea treatments for the rest of the dogs’ lives. They will transport Lola and Sherman to their new home anywhere in the country, and throw in collars, leads, beds, bowls, toys, and a six-month supply of food.
It was apparently love at first sight for the doggy duo:
They now need a place where they can be together for the rest of their lives. Both dogs are very friendly, gentle and happy to live with children age 10 years old or over. The sanctuary says they would be more suited to a rural home with space to play. They are house-trained, not destructive and fine travelling in a car.
For further details call the animal care team at Ferne Animal Sanctuary on 01460 65214, or visit their website.
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The ‘get tough’ campaign is will focus on known hotspots.
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