Spotts the dog of the week
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Can you help this Jack Russell terrier find a home?
SPOTTS is a very lovely white, tan and black Jack Russell terrier cross who came into the Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre at Ilfracombe as a stray from Cornwall.
Spotts was in quite poor condition when he came in, underweight and with bad skin, but he is filling out nicely now and after plenty of special baths his hair is growing back.
He is a typical terrier, very lively and independent but does love a cuddle and is affectionate and friendly. He is playful with other dogs too.
Spotts knows his basic commands and will do anything for food! He would like an active home with older children as he was a stray.
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If you think you can give Spotts the loving, forever home he deserves, call the Canine Carers at Ilfracombe Rehoming Centre on 01271 812709. It is open every day between 12noon and 4pm except Wednesday when open from 4.30 until 7.30pm.
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