Older dog seeks new home

An elderly dog has found himself looking for a forever home once more after his owner sadly passed away.

Spot, the twelve-year-old Jack Russell Terrier first came into Dogs Trust’s rehoming centre in Evesham as a youngster 11 years ago after being found as a stray but was soon rehomed.

Sadly, he has returned to the centre in May this year, after his owner passed away.

Spot is the oldest resident at the Wickhamfrd rehoming centre in Evesham and is now looking for a second chance at happiness and to spend his twilight years, in a loving home.

Neil Barker, Rehoming Centre Assistant Manager at Dogs Trust Evesham, said: “It’s always sad when younger dogs come to us after their whole world has changed, but Spot has adjusted well and is a firm favourite with his canine carers. He has been with us for a few months now and we would love to find him a loving home once more where he can get back to is home comforts that he enjoys.

“We are looking for a calm and quiet home for Spot with owners who’ll give him plenty of time to settle – especially in a quiet bed. He is still fairly active for his age but likes quiet walks, followed by 40 winks in the afternoon.

“We know we can’t fill the space left by his beloved owner, only a new caring family can do that. But we hope it won’t be long before a new owner comes forward and gives him the love he deserves very soon.”

If you think you could find a ‘spot’ in your heart and home for this adorable gent, you can contact the rehoming centre on 01386 572666 or visit at 89 Pitchers Hill, Wickhamford, Evesham WR11 7RT.

For more information you can visit www.dogstrust.org.uk.