Council looks for homes for stray canines

PUBLISHED: 10:00 12 January 2011

Spud, an older male staffy

Spud, an older male staffy


NORTH Somerset Council is looking for loving homes for stray dogs that have come into their care.

Luci, a silver-coloured staffy

Council spokesman Nick Yates said: “The dogs currently in the councils care are; Hooch, a good-natured Mastiff-type male dog; Spud, an older male Staffy with a good temperament; Coco, a lovely-tempered dog with great character; Milo, a Labradoodle who mysteriously appeared into the council’s care; and Luci, a beautiful, silvery coloured Staffy, who is a little nervous and a bit underweight, but otherwise good tempered.

“We need help again finding new homes for our strays. We are desperate to find loving homes for each of the dogs.

“Anyone interested can contact White House kennels in Lympsham direct on 01934 750352.”

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