Dog rehoming: Terrier hopes to find new home with blind dad who he reassures | UK | News (Reports)

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Nine-year-old Milo is desperate to find a new home with a loving family. But it’s crucial he isn’t separated from his dad who he guides and reassures. Ozzi is 12 years old and went blind due to cataracts.The two dogs are inseparable – Ozzi loves to be brushed and enjoys a snuggle on the sofa. Meanwhile, Milo likes playing with toys. 

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The four-legged friends are looking for a quiet adult home with no other pets. 

They are currently based at the Dogs Trust in Newbury, Berkshire.  

The Dog Trust describes Ozzi as “very sweet” and Milo as “sweet natured” – which sounds like the perfect family pet. 

If you’re interested in rehoming a dog and think you have what it takes to look after Milo and Ozzi contact the Dogs Trust Newbury. 

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Due to coronavirus restrictions, Dogs Trust rehoming centres currently aren’t open for public browsing. 

But the charity is still rehoming and taking in dogs, with new processes in place to keep everyone safe.

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