STAFF at Dogs Trust in West Calder are keen to find a new home for a lady dog named Patsy.
Patsy is an eight-year-old crossbreed who has lived in a home all of her life and was sadly given up for being unhappy when left alone.
Despite numerous appeals for a new owner, no one has come forward to offer Patsy a home which staff at the centre say is a crying shame.
Patsy is affectionate and enjoys being with people but is not keen on other dogs and needs to avoid them whenever possible.
She loves to play, loves to go for walks and is good in the car.
Patsy is a very sensitive wee dog who is scared of loud noises and the wind.
Staff at the rehoming centre said that Patsy and needs a loving home where she can chill out and feel safe and loved.
Susan Tonner, rehoming centre manager said: “It’s very sad but the truth is no one asks about Patsy when they visit the centre.
“However, the staff and volunteers think she is a beautiful dog and Patsy is definitely one of the favourite dogs in the centre.”
Patsy is vaccinated, neutered and microchipped and comes with insurance and free behavioural advice.
And Dogs Trust will pay Patsy’s vet bills for the remainder of her life.
If you can offer Patsy or any of the other 60 dogs a home, please contact the centre direct on 01506 873459.
Dogs Trust always have good homes for puppies.
If you need help with a litter please call the centre.
All dogs detailed may have had several homes and their history refers to none specifically.
TOP DOG: Patsy is a favourite with staff at Dogs Trust’s centre in West Calder and they hope she will find a new owner soon.