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Bruno Searches For A New Family In National Adoption Week

National Adoption Week 2018 runs from 15 to 21 October 2018; the focus is to find homes for children in desperate need. For doggy people their canine companions are an integral part of the family and these “furbabies” deserve the same loving family and home comforts as their human counterparts. One handsome boy waiting and hoping for a new home is Bruno a 10 year old German shepherd cross.

Bruno arrived at Dogs Trust Darlington in August 2018 from Ireland. He had been handed over by the local authorities after being found living outside attached to a chain. Since arriving at the centre Bruno settled in quite quickly; enjoying spending time with his canine carers, going on lots of walks and starring in his very own web profile video. He may be 10 but he certainly doesn’t realise it and has the energy and enthusiasm for life of a far younger dog.

Bruno is looking for very active owners who can keep up with him and give him the companionship he enjoys so much. Bruno can live with older teenagers and would need to be the only pet in the house as he is not a fan of other dogs.

Bruno is currently living the high life in one of our loving foster homes. Since being in a foster home we now know that he is fully housetrained a big lover of toys and doesn’t beg for food although he will sometimes ask for attention. He enjoys his exercise and going out in the car and likes playing fetch although you do need to have at least two balls for swaps. He’s a clever boy who knows sit, paw, touch, find it and down. A real character he only shows off his moves when he feels like it although he is easily persuaded by a tasty treat.

Bruno now needs to find his “Forever Home” and enjoy a very active retirement with lots of fun and adventures. If you think you could be the “Special Someone” for Bruno please contact our Home from Home Coordinator for more information at [email protected] or contact the centre on 01325 333114.