Can you help a homeless hound's New Year resolution to find a loving home in 2016 come true?
Dogs Trust Canterbury is appealing to local dog lovers to help make one very special dog's New Year resolutions come true.
Six year old Rottweiler Emie sadly found herself in kennels when her owner was no longer able to care for her, and she is desperate to enjoy the perks of being a family pet again - with a loving family of her own. Emie is an affectionate girl who has a real zest for life so staff are desperate to find her the loving home she deserves.
Emie absolutely adores her carers and enjoys being showered with affection at the Rehoming Centre, but what she really needs is a happy home of her own.
Her New Year's resolutions are:
- I will have plenty of exercise to keep me on my paws
- I will always take the cosiest spot on the couch
- I will sneak my muddy paws on the bed
- I will enjoy the occasional treat - in return for lots of fuss and cuddles
- I will find the perfect owner - to love me unconditionally
Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre Manager Adam Levy explains:
"Emie's fun-loving, affectionate personality has made a big impression on the staff, who are very keen to see her find the love she deserves. She is looking for an adult home where she can enjoy all the things that she used to enjoy with her family such as runs in the park and cuddles on the sofa. 2015 wasn't her best year after she found herself homeless, so we have our fingers firmly crossed that she will achieve her New Year resolution in 2016 and find a loving new owner."
If you think you can make Emie's 2016, please contact Dogs Trust Canterbury on 0300 303 0292.