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Inseparable Jack Russell terriers search for a home together

RSPCA Newport Animal Centre launch special rehoming appeal

At first glance this picture looks like a dog with two heads…..but it’s actually two inseparable dogs who are currently looking for their forever home!

Staff at RSPCA Newport Animal Centre have fallen head over heels with Jack Russell terriers Shiloh and Shadow. The duo, who are the best of friends and curl up to sleep together, are looking for a home together. They came into the RSPCA care as sadly their owner was unable to cope with their needs.

Shiloh enjoys playing with her soft toys, exploring the paddock off lead area and cooling off by paddling her paws in the paddling pool. While Shadow prefers to spend time cuddling up on his carer’s lap, receiving all the fuss and attention.

RSPCA deputy center manager Kath Logan said: “Both dogs, despite being 11, are still full of life, energetic and enjoy walks and playtime. They genuinely are so close and will curl up in the bed together.

“Shiloh is a lovely girl that enjoys her cuddles and playing fetch in our paddock area, she enjoys keeping busy and loves attention.

“Shadow is a little more laid back. He loves his cuddles and will just sit with you and enjoy your company.

“They are both wonderful dogs and we really hope we can find a forever home for them soon. We know there is someone out there that will make Shiloh and Shadow as happy as they are as happy with each other.”

Shiloh and Shadow are looking for an owner who is home for the majority of the day. They could live with older aged children and would prefer not to live with a cat.

Kath added: “Shiloh came into our care with a skin condition but since she has been having medicated baths she is looking a lot better now but may need to continue her medication for preventative measures.”

If you are interested in rehoming  Shiloh and Shadow please follow the link below to complete the Online Application Form which is also available on the Find a Pet webpage.

To help the RSPCA continue rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals in desperate need of care please visit the RSPCA website or call the donation line on 0300 123 8181.