‘Britain’s loneliest dog’ is looking for a home after four years in a shelter. – Marseille news

Sue needs an experienced owner who can continue to train her, take her off and comfortably put a muzzle on her (Images: Jam Press)

A four-year-old convertible who has spent four years watching other kennel dogs to find homes, is always on the lookout for loving owners.

Sue was rescued in August 2017 and taken to the RSPCA Cat and Dog Bath.

She was adopted in 2018, but was taken back to the shelter soon after due to the owner’s changing circumstances.

In the four years that Sue, known as the “UK’s loneliest dog”, lived at the shelter, another 941 found loving homes.

But the staff isn’t sure why Sue didn’t meet her partner – they say she walks well on a leash, is very affectionate, and loves to play with her toys.

“We don’t know why poor Sue didn’t move,” said Rachel Jones, managing director of Bath Cats and Dogs Home.

“We all absolutely adore him and love to take him for long walks and give him lots of attention, but are desperate to find his own home.”

Sue has already learned basic commands like ‘sit’ and ‘paw’ (Photo: Jam Press)

The Lorcher is very affectionate and loves to play with his toys (Photo: Jam Press)

Sue is sitting in a frame.  Lurcher is always looking for her home after spending four years in the RSPCA cat and dog bath. She saw Sue build 941 of her kennel companions (Image: Jam Press)

Sue needs an experienced owner who can help her continue her training as she has difficult behaviors to ignore.

You have already learned basic commands like “sit” and “claw” and will easily be able to learn more.

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Its new owner should also be comfortable with the mask on and off.

Rachel said: “Sue is a sweet, intelligent puppy who can get overly excitable at times and would therefore benefit from owners who can continue to train her.

“Sue is a chase, so we drive her on a leash with a muzzle and don’t let her out freely when we’re moving unless we’re in a safe field.”

Rachel said that while Sue is happy to be entertained, she would probably prefer to have her owner most of the time at first.

Anyone who thinks they can give Sue a loving home should contact [email protected]

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