Can you resist these rugby pups!
Staff at Dogs Trust Bridgend are hoping that a litter of rugby loving Staffy pups, named after some of the Welsh national rugby team will bring luck ahead of next weeks game against Scotland.
The four-legged line-up have been named; Luke Charterrieris, Alun Wyn Bones, Sam Pawburton, Rhodri Bones, Jake Fetch-Ball, and Leigh Halfpuppy in support of the Welsh team ahead of next week's clash against Scotland. The team was brought into Dogs Trust Bridgend when they were two weeks old after the mum fell ill and couldn't feed them
The eight-week-old Staffordshire Bull Terriers, who all have new homes, will be cheering on Wales at their next game on 25th February. Whilst the pups have already won the heart of a loving family of their own, there are lots of other homeless hounds still 'rucking' for their special someone and hoping to 'try' for a place in the hearts of budding owners by the time the Six Nations Tournament is over.
Angela Wetherall, Dogs Trust Bridgend Rehoming Centre Manager, said: "We have dogs of all shapes at sizes at the centre, and whilst they may not be selected as forwards, props or scrum halves in a rugby line up, they all have one thing in common and that's to find a winning home.
"We're delighted that our rugby-loving pups have found themselves new homes and we're all hoping that our other canine residents can score a home to call their own very soon."
If you would like to know more about the wonderful pooches looking for a home at Dogs Trust Bridgend, please call the Rehoming Centre directly on 0300 303 0292.