A bright and happy Staffy is looking for a new home after being taken in by the RSPCA in Sheffield.
Six-year-old Logan is said to be popular with members of staff at the charity’s kennels in Attercliffe, who have trained him during his time at the animal centre.
He is being promoted by the RSPCA as part of the charity’s Give a Dog a Home campaign, supported by The Star, which aims to find forever homes for unwanted, abandoned and neglected dogs.
Animal care supervisor Vykki Whelan said Logan is a ‘happy chappy’.
“Logan is incredibly bright and wins every time at a game of tuggy,” she said.
“Although he will be sadly missed, we are hoping to find him a new family who can offer him some competition.
“Logan is one of many dogs who enter the Sheffield animal centre’s doors each day. Many come from caring homes when people unfortunately can no longer look after them.
“But sadly some also come from neglectful and often cruel owners.
“Logan’s rehabilitation has been a credit to the dedicated and highly trained staff who work there.
“If you can offer Logan an active, caring and loving home then please contact us to arrange a ‘meet and greet.”
The dogs in the RSPCA’s kennels are cared for using funds raised locally through events and donations.
The charity’s next big fund raiser is its summer open day on Sunday, July 5.
Staff and volunteers will open the animal centre doors from 10.30am until 3pm for £1 per visitor.
Animal shows, professional pet photography, stalls, games and refreshments will be on offer.
To find out more about Logan call 0114 2898050.