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Dog's Trust rescue centre asks public to name its lastest adorable arrivals

The new puppies need names dog-happy
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A Scottish rescue centre for stray pooches is asking members of the public to help name some of their newest arrivals - 5 tiny (and very adorable) terrier puppies!

By Ashley Murphy

Published on the 07/05/2020, 21:00, Updated on the 08/02/2021, 13:28


The Dog's Trust welcomed the litter of terriers into the world five weeks ago. Their mum, Linda, came to the shelter after she was found wandering the streets of Glasgow.

Linda is a natural

All five fur-babies are doing well, and Linda has taken to her new role as mum like a real pro!

The pups are still too young for homing. And with the UK still on lockdown to stop the spread of COVID-19, it might be a while before they can leave the shelter and begin their new adventures.

In the meantime, these super-cute critters need a name, and the Dog's Trust is asking for your help.

Fiesty, friendly, and a little bit cheeky! Learn all about the terrier breeeds!

It's already launched an online poll, giving pooch lovers the chance to decide on the cutest names. The poll is open for 24hours, and the puppies will take turns featuring across the Dog's Trust social media channels.

Cast your vote

Sandra Lawton is one of the lucky people who gets paid to care for Linda and her babies. She called The Dog's Trust lastest idea a "great little pick-me-up in the shape of five bundles of furry joy to behold – and name."

You can cast your vote on Facebook or Twitter using the @DogsTrust handle.


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