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Biscuit the dog searches for new home after close to 700 days at rescue centre

Biscuit the dog searches for new home after close to 700 days at rescue centre

Paul Miles

Biscuit the dog searches for new home after close to 700 days at rescue centre

The longest-serving resident at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Old Windsor is appealing for a new home this Christmas.

Biscuit the dog has spent close to 700 days in the Berkshire rescue centre's care, accounting for the majority of his life.

After arriving as a stray in February 2013, the two-year-old mongrel has watched over 4,900 dogs find new homes, while he continues to be brushed aside by thousands of future families.

Battersea Old Windsor's centre manager, Kaye Mughal, said: "It's unbelievable Biscuit still hasn't found a home when he's such a beautiful and fun-loving dog who would fit in perfectly with a family."

Biscuit is looking for a home with experienced owners, who live away from the inner city and do not have any other pets. He would enjoy regular walks and a private garden where he can play. 

Contact 01784 494443

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