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Sherlock is a sweet boy who came into the centre as his previous owners could no longer give him the care he needed. He is an excitable pup who is full of life with a character to match. Sherlock is a confident boy who loves to meet new people; he is an inquisitive boy who likes to explore everything. He enjoys his walks and is currently walked on a harness and lead. Sherlock likes the company of other dogs on walks and is always eager to meet them. He does however lack boundaries like most pups do so will definitely benefit from further socialisation and training; we feel he would be better suited to live with a tolerant dog. Sherlock has a fantastic nature however would be better suited to a home with older children due to his current lack of boundaries. He is such a friendly boy and will make an excellent family pet and loyal companion.
- I need training how to sit nicely (and then I can master the rest)
- I could live with children
- I need teaching that it's ok to be alone
- I get on well with many other dogs
- I'd prefer not to live with a cat
- I'm always on the go
- I love fuss and attention
Contact the centre or branch about me:
RSPCA Longview Animal Centre
Old Toms Lane
11am-5pm Tue-Sun (closed Mon). Late opening (Apr-Sep only: 11am-6pm Tue-Sun (closed Mon.
Please note the centre does not re-home animals during the Christmas holiday period. We prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty & neglect, which may mean we cannot take in unwanted pets.
This establishment is run by RSPCA Blackpool & North Lancs Branch
Help feed animals in our care
It costs on average £8.52 to feed a single animal in our care for just one week!
We rehome thousands of animals every year. Whilst some are lucky enough to find a new home in just a few weeks, many more stay with us for months until we're able to find them their perfect family.
Will you help us cover the costs of feeding dogs, cats, horses, rabbits and more with a donation today?
*The funds collected will be used wherever the need is greatest.