Two former racing greyhounds are looking for separate bachelor pads where they can woo their new owners this Valentine’s Day.
Scooter and Mouse, both two-years old were originally bred for racing and are looking for new homes after being at Dogs Trust Snetterton in Norfolk together since the beginning of December.
Dogs Trust Snetterton Rehoming Centre Assistant Manager, Emily Johnston said: “Scooter and Mouse are looking to separate bachelor pads and loving and patient new owners. Scooter is looking for a gentle and hands-off approach to begin with as he can be shy until he gets to know you. He cannot live with children but could live with teenagers over 16. He would like to be the only pet in the home but would be happy to meet calm doggy friends to walk with and teach him how to socialise.
“Mouse is a friendly lad who loves playing with soft toys, going on walks and having a fuss from his favourite people. He will need some basic training but, being an absolute foodie, he learns things quickly and training should be a fun and enjoyable bonding exercise.
“Mouse could live with children aged 12 or older who understand that he needs calm and gentle handling. Although he’d like to be the only pet in the home, Mouse is good with other dogs and would enjoy meeting some four-legged friend out on walkies. Both dogs would love a secure garden they can zoom around, and don’t like being left alone so would need their new owners to be around most of the time until they really get settled in.”
If you would like to find out more about Scooter and Mouse, you can visit www.dogstrust.org.uk or call the team on 01953 498377.