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Snowy enjoys being lavished with attention from people, going for long walks and playing tug of war.Kennel supervisor Kelly Legg said: “Snowy loves a fuss and has lots of energy so she’ll need someone who can keep up with her.
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"She absolutely loves to play but be warned, soft toys don’t last long around her."Snowy has been at the RSPCA's Birmingham Animal Centre for 16 months (Image: RSPCA)
Snowy is looking for experienced owners who can help with her anxiety around other dogs.
She will need to be kept on the lead and wear a muzzle when out in public as her previous owner let her run free which led to altercations with other dogs.
Ms Legg added: “It’s really important that Snowy’s new owners understand how important it is to adhere to these rules and, sadly, we think the muzzle is putting potential adopters off.”READ MORE: Rescue dog who was 'terrified of everything' struggling to find homeThe nine-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier has still not found a forever home (Image: RSPCA)
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Snowy is very clever and would be keen to learn more tricks with a new owner.
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Snowy is looking for an experienced owner (Image: RPSCA)
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Her adopters will also need a secure, enclosed garden.
Find out more about Snowy here.
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