TWO dogs are looking for a loving forever home after never leaving their flat before arriving at a rescue centre.

Bruno and Rosie are five-year-old Yorkshire terrier sisters looking for a special home.

A spokesperson from the RSPCA Herefordshire branch said they want their new homes to preferably be apart but getting the right home is the most important thing.

They were both almost completely shut down when they came into the centre, having never left their flat they were under socialised and have no training to speak of.

The centre is looking for a very quiet, adult only home where you are home a good part of the day and have the time and patience to put into working through a behavioural plan with them.

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Bruno and Rosie are five-year-old Yorkshire terrier sisters looking for a special home. Picture: RSPCABruno the five-year-old Yorkshire terrier

Bruno and Rosie are five-year-old Yorkshire terrier sisters looking for a special home. Picture: RSPCARosie the five-year-old Yorkshire terrier

“Patience is the key word with these two,” said the spokesperson.

“They have come out of their shell with the lady currently looking after them and love cuddles with her, but this will take time, as will teaching them the basics, including toilet training and walking on a lead.”

The centre is willing to consider a foster home, with a view to adoption long term, initially which would be fully supported but it would have to be in Herefordshire.

Please contact the branch for an application form on rspcahereford@yahoo.co.uk or pop into the shop at 37 Broad Street, Hereford.