Aubrey looking for his forever home after tough start in life

Aubrey is looking for his forever home <i>(Image: RSPCA)</i>
Aubrey is looking for his forever home (Image: RSPCA)

Aubrey the two-year-old cockapoo is looking for his forever home.

He has been living in the care of the RSPCA since he was removed from a property by one of their inspectors with his sister.

Staff at the Suffolk Central branch in Martlesham have said Aubrey has not had the best start in life and can be very worried by lots of new things, including new people, traffic and sounds.

His future family will need to be able to visit the centre regularly to spend time with him, so that he can build a relationship and learn to trust them before being taken home.

Staff are also looking for adopters who will continue his positive training and socialising once in the home, with the support of the behaviour team.

He loves spending time with his carers, getting lots of affection and playing with his favourite toys, whilst zooming around the enclosed field. He's got lots of energy and love to give to the right home who can build his confidence in the world at his pace.

His ideal home would be in a rural area with few visitors and access to walks away from busy traffic and lots of people.