A FRIENDLY dog is looking for a new home, Ginger, the Staffordshire bull terrier cross, has been with Blackpool RSPCA since last week when he was brought in by the animal charity’s inspectors.
The two-year-old has stayed with a number of centres in recent weeks and has been brought to the Fylde coast after struggling to find a new home.
A spokesman for the RSPCA told The Gazette: “Ginger is a loving dog who responds well to commands and walks well when he is on a canny collar. He has not managed to find a new home yet and has been brought here to see if we can help him.
“He’s very good with people but he isn’t good with cats and we wouldn’t re-home him somewhere which had other dogs. Ginger will get on with some dogs but any children aged under 10 wouldn’t be suitable to live with him.”
A donation of £120 is required to take Ginger home.
This covers the animal’s full health check, de-fleaing, de-worming and ensures he has all the relevant vaccinations.
The payment also covers pet insurance for one month and the cost of the pet being fitted with a micro chip.
The four male and two female rats from last week are still looking for a home.
However, four out of the six puppies from the week before last have been reserved.