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Tyson is a wonderful, gentle senior boy who came into RSPCA care as part of a welfare investigation. This poor chap was suffering with his ears and skin, he was sore and itchy with patchy fur and in need of some serious help and TLC. He went straight to the vet for some treatment and he's been on baths, a low steroid dose and regular ear cleaning and now he's like a new man!


This adorable fellow will make the most smashing companion, he really is just looking to take life at a slower pace, he still enjoys a lovely potter and explore, but he's also looking forward to putting his feet up in comfort and warmth, enjoying a snuggle and bit of telly with his new humans too.


He's a calm and laid back chap with a gentle and sweet personality, he's ideally suited to a home where any children are secondary school age but we would consider slightly younger, if used to dogs. He's been fab out and about around other dogs and may enjoy living with another canine too.


This smashing lad is looking for the ultimate retirement home, full of love, tasty grub and endless love. Could you be the owner he is waiting for?

My personality

  • I need training how to sit nicely (and then I can master the rest)
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I can be left alone for short periods
  • I may be able to live with another dog
  • I'd prefer not to live with a cat
  • I'm young at heart
  • I love fuss and attention

About Me

Breed: Crossbreed/Unknown
Colour: Brindle
Age: 10 Years (approx)
Ref: C2019042

Contact the centre or branch about me:

Sheffield Animal Centre

R S P C A
2, Stadium Way
SHEFFIELD
S9 3HN

01142 898050

12.30-3.30pm every day except Wed (closed).

The RSPCA Sheffield Branch Animal Centre only rehomes cats and dogs and has no facilities to hold small/miscellaneous animals

This establishment is run by RSPCA Sheffield Branch

About Me

Breed: Crossbreed/Unknown
Colour: Brindle
Age: 10 Years (approx)
Ref: C2019042
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