12:50PM, Monday 17 February 2014
Patient mongrel Biscuit needs a home after spending the whole year without an owner.
The tan and white dog arrived at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in Priest Hill, Old Windsor exactly 12 months ago.
Although he has been fostered since September with Gary and Naomi Wordsworth in Slough, he still needs a permanent home.
Gary and Naomi have fostered nine dogs for Battersea over the last two years.
Gary said: “Biscuit is such a wonderful, loveable dog who has come on leaps and bounds in his training since moving in with us and settling into a home environment.
"On Sunday he was treated to a long walk through the woods and a big bone to keep his chin up that a permanent home will come along soon.”
To foster a Battersea dog visit here or to rehome a dog email email@example.com or call 01784 494443.
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