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Can you give double the love for this doggy duo?

Dogs Trust Shrewsbury Rehoming Appeal

Staff at Dogs Trust Shrewsbury are currently on the lookout for a loving home for a double doggy duo, who really are the best of friends and do everything together at the Rehoming Centre in the hope that they find a forever home together soon.

Greyhounds Megan, three and Rigby, two are an adorable pair who are two peas in a pod and depend on each other for cuddles and comfort as they are both a little nervous of new people and new surroundings. As a pair they bring out the best in each other and would make a delightful addition to a loving family home.

Dogs Trust Shrewsbury Supporter Relations Officer, Lee Pogson said: “Megan and Rigby are a wonderful pair. Their ideal day is spent exploring the great outdoors on walks before snuggling up on a cosy duvet for an afternoon snooze.”

Lee believes they give each other confidence: “They are a young pair who we believe have lived together since they were born. They are both a little nervous, but they grow more and more in confidence each day. They are incredibly sweet-natured and loving and would make loyal companions to their new home.”

Megan and Rigby are typical of their breed, preferring snuggles by the fire and toddling about outside over a hugely active lifestyle. They both enjoy the company of other dogs and can potentially live with another calm dog in their new home.

Both Megan and Rigby have bags of potential and would benefit from continued training in their new home. Their new owners will need to be patient and understanding whilst they find their paws, and give them time to settle into their new home.

A family able to provide a large and very comfy bed is a must for this lovely pair! Megan and Rigby can live with calm children aged 14 and over.

Can you give double the love and offer a home to Megan and Rigby?

If you are interested in rehoming Megan and Rigby please give our rehoming centre a call on 0300 303 0292.

Dogs Trust Shrewsbury is open 12:00 - 16:00 Friday to Tuesday, 12:00 - 19:30 on Thursday. We are closed on Wednesday.

Dogs Trust Shrewsbury, Roden Lane Farm, Telford, Shropshire, TF6 6BP

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