Doyle looking for new home after three years with Scottish SPCA

Doyle is looking for his forever home.

An animal charity in the North-east is seeking a new home for Doyle – a crossbreed dog who has been in their care for nearly three and a half years.

Scottish SPCA have been caring for Doyle at their Aberdeenshire rescue and rehoming centre where he has become a firm favourite with centre staff.

Scottish SPCA Aberdeenshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre manager Graeme Innes said, “Our team here have fallen in love with him and it’s impossible not to smile while spending time with him.

“Doyle has so much love to give and is one of the sweetest dogs you will ever meet.

“Unfortunately he does suffer from kidney problems, however this is managed with a special diet and it doesn’t stop him living his life to the fullest.

“He’s a gentle giant who is just desperate to find a forever home where he can lap up all the TLC he deserves.

“If anyone would like to meet Doyle they should pop along to the centre any day (closed Tuesdays) between 10am and 4pm.”

Anyone who can offer Doyle a suitable new home is being asked to contact the Scottish SPCA’s centre in Aberdeenshire on 03000 999 999.

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