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Young at heart! Can you give Billy at Dogs Trust Snetterton a new home?

Billy at Dogs Trust Snetterton. Picture: DOGS TRUST SNETTERTON

Billy at Dogs Trust Snetterton. Picture: DOGS TRUST SNETTERTON

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He is described as a “young at heart” dog who is never happier than when playing with his favourite toys.

The Snetterton Dogs Trust. Picture: Ian BurtThe Snetterton Dogs Trust. Picture: Ian Burt

But what would make Billy happier than anything is a permanent new home.

The 11-year-old Collie cross is currently being looked after by the team at the Dogs Trust rehoming centre in Snetterton.

A spokesman for the centre said: “Billy is still young at heart.

“This affectionate boy loves people above anything else and is never happier than when he’s playing with his favourite toys.

“Billy is looking to be the only pet in the home where he can have his new owners all to himself. He already knows his basics and walks nicely on the lead.

“Billy will need to live in an adult-only home, with owners who can spend time getting to know him.”

If you can give Billy a new home, call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 0300 303 0292 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk

Dogs Trust is the UK’s leading dog welfare charity and has a network of 20 rehoming centres in the UK and one in Dublin.

The charity cares for around 15,000 strays, unwanted and abandoned dogs each year.

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