Happy half-tailed dog ‘refuses to stop wagging’ looking for a home

Adorable Ronnie the Lurcher mix has had part of his damaged tail removed after he was rescued – but that hasn’t stopped the happy pup from wagging it whenever the opportunity arises

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RSPCA: Adoption plea for dog with partially missing tail

One particular rescue dog who “wins the hearts of everyone” he meets has had just one placement request in six months.

Two-year-old Ronnie the Lurcher mix had to have part of his damaged tail removed – but that didn’t stop him from wagging it at any moment.

RSPCA staff Gonsal Farm Animal Center in Shropshire have called on Ronnie to find a long-awaited forever family.

Neil Richardson, Kennel Supervisor at Gonsal Farm, said: “Ronnie is a real gentleman and everyone who meets him – whether vets or volunteers – is absolutely blown away.

Staff are shocked that he has yet to find a family



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“He wins the hearts of anyone lucky enough to spend time with him simply because he adores people and loves attention and gently leans into you and begs for endless fuss.

“He doesn’t have the long flowing tail he once had, but he still has some of it and it won’t stop wagging!”

Ronnie and three other dogs were taken into RSPCA’s care in January this year out of concern for their welfare – and he is the last of the quartet still looking for a home.

Neil said: “He’s such a gentle giant but can forget how big he is so he can be a little strong on a leash at times but he’s still a massive softie at heart.

“All he wants is company and a home to call his own with a family who give him a lot of love and affection, which is why it’s so frustrating and incredibly sad that there is so little interest in him.

Ronnie loves people and loves attention



“We know there is a wonderful home for Ronnie out there somewhere, and we would encourage anyone looking for a canine companion that will reward you with endless friendship and affection to get in touch.”

The brindle Ronnie is very fast and enjoys running and chasing a ball, so a medium to large sized garden with appropriately high fencing is definitely on his wish list.

He would also benefit from access to an open area – such as a field or park – where he can run and exercise to his heart’s content.

He could potentially live with an existing dog of a similar size, pending meetings at the animal center.

A household with children ten and older would be fine, but it cannot live with cats or small furry animals.

Please visit Gonsal Farm website more details about Ronnie and fill out the online application form.

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