Could Glasgow's happiest hound be your next playful pet?

Pandora is possibly Glasgow’s friendliest and quirkiest pooch combined, and she is currently a resident at the local Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre in Uddingston. The beautiful American Bulldog cross has been at Dogs Trust for a few weeks, after her owner’s living circumstances changed and they could no longer care for her. Ever since she arrived at the rehoming centre, Pandora has been bringing joy to everyone she meets with her antics.

Pandora is an extremely sweet and playful dog; and when she is out for walks she always prefers to weave in and out rather than walking in a straight line. As well as having the most human-like eyes, her tongue and ears also have a mind of their own and she always behaves like the happiest of puppies – even though she is now two years old. Pandora’s canine carers have been filming her progress in the kennel environment in the hope that potential dog owners will become as captivated with Pandora as they are.

Sandra Lawton, rehoming centre manager at Dogs Trust Glasgow, said:

“Pandora is the kind of dog who wouldn’t look out of place in a children’s cartoon programme, as her playful energy and appearance is enough to put a smile on anyone’s face. Whoever gets to take Pandora home will also be getting an exceptionally loyal companion, who is sure to keep them on their toes in the best possible way.”

“She will need to continue her training in her new family home, but Pandora is very smart and loves to learn. Her ideal family would already have experience of caring for a dog of a similar breed as she is very strong; she could also potentially live with other dogs too and children over the age of 16.

“It should come as no surprise that Pandora would love a garden to play in her new home. It must be secured with a 5ft fence to keep her safe, but she would quite happily spend all day playing with her tennis ball and lying in the sunshine. Pandora will make a lovely companion as she is very sweet and one of the happiest dogs we have had at the rehoming centre.”

Do you think you could give this bundle of joy a place in your heart and home? If so, please get in touch with the team on 0300 303 0292.