RSPCA Birmingham & Coventry: eight dogs looking for forever homes

If you are in the market to adopt a dog, here are eight beauties up for adoption at RSPCA Birmingham & Coventry

The RSPCA in Birmingham and Coventry is looking for people who can adopt the dogs in their care. These dogs were either rescued from difficult circumstances or taken in after being abandoned.

Some have faced cruelty as well. In the past year, there’s been a 27% increase in animal cruelty in the region, according to the RSPCA. In the West Midlands, there were 684 reports of intentional harm against animals made to the RSPCA last year, compared to 537 in 2021 - an increase of 27%.

As a result, the animal charity is bracing for one of its busiest summers this year as it expects another summer of suffering, with more people reporting cruelty to animals from July to September.

When we adopt a dog instead of buying, it also helps the charity make space for others who are in need. With several dozens of dogs up for adoption at the Birmingham Newbrook Farm - people can really have a pick of the pooch that will suit them best.

Whether you are an active person who likes hikes and jogs or someone who want a less fussy and easygoing dog - there’s a pawsome dog for everyone there.

So, if you are in the market to adopt a dog, here are eight of the beauties up for adoption:

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