Roderick, a one-year-old American Bulldog crossbreed, is at the RSPCA’s “special” animals record. He got here into the care of the charity’s Tameside and Glossop department after being “bullied” through the opposite canine in his earlier house and is now preserving his paws crossed for a without end circle of relatives.
The RSPCA stated in a remark: “This is Roderick who is, as you can see, a pretty big boy.
“Sadly, the opposite canine in his house simply did not get on with deficient Roderick and bullied him.
“As a result this lovely-natured boy now needs his own special family.”
“Because of his size and the fact that he is still a young, bouncy lad, adult-only families or those with older children (over 12s) are essential as he could easily knock young children over.
“As we’re primarily based in Greater Manchester you would have to be inside of simple travelling distance.”
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