Can You Give Tia The Dog A Second Chance?

PUBLISHED: 17:45 01 April 2010 | UPDATED: 00:48 03 December 2010

Tia has been at the Blue Cross for six months

Tia has been at the Blue Cross for six months

FUN-loving and affectionate Tia has been desperately seeking a new home for more than six months. The two-year-old spayed Staffordshire bull terrier is the longest stay dog at the Blue Cross Centre in Kimpton. She is a loving dog who is eager to please an

FUN-loving and affectionate Tia has been desperately seeking a new home for more than six months.

The two-year-old spayed Staffordshire bull terrier is the longest stay dog at the Blue Cross Centre in Kimpton.

She is a loving dog who is eager to please and she is searching for an adult home without any other animals.

Can you give Tia the second chance in life that she deserves?

Call 01438 832232 for further details.

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