Doug and Eddie have the unenviable record of being the SSPCA’s longest canine residents at any of their nine rehoming centres.
The luckless lurchers have been stranded at the charity’s Inverness centre for over a year.
During that time 150 other dogs have come and gone to good homes.
“We just don’t understand why they haven’t been snapped up yet as they are such lovely, laidback boys who adore people,” said centre manager Elaine Floyd.
“Although pairs of dogs are a bit more difficult to find homes for, poor Doug and Eddie have had an exceptionally long wait.”
“They are best friends and even curl up under the same blanket,” added Elaine.
“Doug is a massive sook who loves cuddles and is the quieter of the two, while Eddie is livelier one and enjoys a good game of tug of war.”
Anyone able to offer a home to the desperate duo, who are around five-years-old, is asked to contact the centre on 03000 999999.
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