Golden oldie Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Scraps, is looking for his paw-fect retirement pad.
The 14-year-old dog came into the care of the RSPCA Northamptonshire branch in April after his previous owners had a change in circumstances and could no longer care for him.
Scraps is a lovely boy who adores companionship and is looking for a home where he can get lots of fuss and attention.
Kate Whitehead, Dog Adoption Coordinator at the branch, said: “Scraps is such a sweet boy who loves cuddles! He enjoys getting lots of fuss so would like his new owner to be around most of the time which would be perfect for someone who is working from home or is retired.
“We don’t know why he has been overlooked so far as he is such a sweet and loving boy. It could be his age that is putting people off but I’m sure Scraps would tell you that age is just a number as he enjoys walks and is a friendly, happy soul.”
Scraps is good on a lead and is friendly when meeting new people, he loves to curl up in the sun and relax, and is also happy out on a good walk or pottering around the garden. He is in a foster home at the moment so the fosterers can see exactly what he will be like in a new home.
He could live with older children of secondary school age or older, and he would prefer to be the only dog in the home, as well as no cats.
If you feel that Scraps is the dog for you then please complete the Online Dog Application Form.