Blind Dodger the Staffordshire bull terrier is awaiting a loving home
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A DEAF three-year-old white Staffordshire bull terrier that was rescued by the RSPCA after being beaten by his previous owner is now in desperate need of a loving home.
Dodger - who was almost blind until he underwent surgery to removed cataracts - is being cared for by staff at the RSPCA centre in Block Fen, but is severely stressed by his kennel environment.
“He captures the heart of everyone he meets, and would now like a home that he can truly call his own,” said deputy manager Kirstyn Grant.
“He has been in a foster home for the past nine months, but due to no fault of his own, he is back with us looking for his forever home.
“Dodger cannot live with other animals, however he can live with children, as his foster home had children of all ages. Dodger is a very energetic boy and does love his exercise, so an active home is preferable.”
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To learn more about providing a home for Dodger, call Kirstyn on 0300 1238442
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