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Sandy is training for a new home ahead of the World Cup

Sandy is a beautiful two year old Labrador cross from Dogs Trust Canterbury who loves her toys. However, staff have also noticed how much she enjoys football, and in particular she has some very good goalie skills. Sandy can be shy to start with but once she begins to interact with you and has lots of fun, her confidence soon grows.

Sandy’s not had the best start in life and can get confused when getting to know new people. She is excelling with her training here and has also really started coming out of herself with our canine carers. She will need help when out on a lead and around other dogs but that’s something our behaviour team are always here to help with. She can walk with one or two dogs but needs to be the only dog in the home for one-on-one attention.

Sandy is looking for a fun adult-only home where she can continue her love for football. She has some basics and came to the centre as a stray so may need help with housetraining. She will need time to settle in before leaving time can be built up to a few hours.

Please contact the rehoming centre for more information about Sandy on 01227 792505 or visit them at: Radfall Road, Chestfield, Nr Whitstable, Kent, CT5 3ER. Opening times are 12pm-4pm everyday except Wednesdays and we are now open late on Thursdays until 7.30pm.

Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity and cares for over 16,000 stray and abandoned dogs each year through its network of 20 Rehoming Centres nationwide.