A LOVING Labrador is still looking for a forever home – a year after he was found abandoned tied to a lamppost.
The dog now named Wilson is still in the care of Birmingham Dogs Home and searching for a home to call his own.
An extremely nervous and mistreated boy was found chained to a lamppost in freezing conditions during the night and taken to the Catherine-De-Barnes home.
Over the past 12 months the team has worked extremely hard to help him overcome his fears and re-build his confidence.
Now a loving boy who has bundles of energy, the team is finding it hard to understand why no one has offered him a home in 12 months.
He is always very excited to see you, the team adds, receive lots of fuss and enjoys having a seat next to you on the sofa just like your very own dog might do at home.
Hayley Gee, assistant manager, said: “Wilson deserves a home just like all the other dogs here, it has been heartbreaking seeing him getting over-looked whilst his friends find new homes and he is still waiting.
“The team has worked really hard with Wilson and he has come a very long way – we are very proud of him.
“All we need now is an experienced owner who can give him the time he needs and the loving home that he truly deserves.
“It will make us all very happy when that day finally arrives.”
For more call the team on 0121 643 5211.