Meet Dexter. He is a male, two year-old Border Collie. He is extremely energetic and has high energy levels, but if he is bored or stressed, he will obsess over chasing shadows. Dexter will need an active experienced family who have the time to commit to training such as fly ball, agility, dancing with dogs, trick training or scent work. If Dexter’s mind is not stimulated with training and exercise he will revert to negative behaviours such as shadow chasing and barking. Dexter is extremely affectionate and loves to play ball, returning the ball to his handler. He is very playful and enjoys the company of people and meeting new dogs whilst out and about. In the right home Dexter will thrive and make a fantastic loyal companion. He is not suited to living with cats and other dogs, but could live with kind secondary age children. To adopt him see: https://rspca-radcliffe.org.uk/animal/dexter/

Could you offer a home and sanctuary to any of these beautiful Notts RSPCA shelter dogs?

The search continues for kind-hearted families, couples and individuals in the Mansfield and Ashfield areas who could open their hearts and hearths to some deserving dogs in RSPCA care.

Thursday, 17th March 2022, 9:46 am

There are so many amazing animals being looked after by the staff at the Nottinghamshire RSPCA centre at Radcliffe-on-Trent.

Sadly, many dogs end up in shelters due to abandonment or cruelty. Others may have been affected by heartbreaking changes in the circumstances of their owners. Tragically some owners may have become ill or even died, others may have experienced financial difficulty or serious life changes, that meant they were unable to continue caring for their beloved pets.

If you are interested in adopting one of these dogs, visit the Radcliffe RSPCA centre’s webpage at https://rspca-radcliffe.org.uk/rehome/ There you can find out how to complete the adoption form or contact the centre for further information.

So, if you have room in your life for a new four-legged friend, see who is waiting here for you to give them their forever home...

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