A ‘SWEET little dog’ is preparing to spend his first Christmas in the care of a Warwickshire rehoming charity, after he was overlooked by potential adopters.
A five-month-old Shar Pei named Liquorice arrived at Dogs Trust Kenilworth’s rehoming centre four months ago.
Since then, the charity has received thousands of applications for dogs in their care – but sadly, interest in Liquorice has been minimal, and it is believed this is because of his breed.
Undeterred, the dedicated team at Dogs Trust Kenilworth is determined to make Liquorice’s Christmas wish of a ‘fur-ever’ home a joyful reality.
Rehoming Centre Manager Emma-Jane Thomas said: “Liquorice is an absolute delight. He’s a sweet little dog with a playful spirit, and we believe he can bring immense joy to the right family.
“While he will be incredibly well looked after over Christmas here at Dogs Trust, we hope he is in his forever home soon. We urge all potential adopters to consider adopting Liquorice and giving him the loving home he deserves.
“Liquorice has some medical requirements that potential adopters will need to be aware of, but with the right care and attention, he can thrive. We’ll provide detailed information to interested families about his medical needs, and we’re confident that with the right family, Liquorice can have a happy and fulfilling life.”
Liquorice needs a loving family with the patience needed to continue with his training. He can live with children aged 12 and over and would also be able to live with other calm, small to medium-sized dogs. Due to medical needs,
Liquorice is looking for a home with someone present most of the time, and his wish list includes a secure garden for play and housetraining.
Visit www.dogstrust.org.uk/kenilworth to make Liquorice’s Christmas wish come true.