Meet Snuffles the Abandoned Dog with TWO NOSES

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This peculiar pooch with TWO NOSES is desperate to find a new home.

Despite many of his furry friends moving on, Snuffles hasn’t had any takers because of his bizarre looks.

The four-month-old Belgian Shepherd arrived at Glasgow’s Dog’s Rehoming Centre a month ago after stints in FOUR others.

Staff are concerned his odd looks will see him continue to miss out.

Vets suggest the appearance of having two noses is down to a rare congenital defect.

If having two noses wasn’t enough – Snuffles can move both independently of each other.

A local warden took him to the Dogs Trust rehoming centre in Glasgow a month ago and his affectionate personality has made him a hit with his carers.

Manager Sandra Lawton said: “We take in hundreds of dogs of all shapes and sizes but I’ve never seen anything quite like Snuffles.

“It is such a shame to think that this sweet-natured lad may not find the loving home he deserves just because some don’t consider him a pretty pooch.

“He may not have the looks of Lassie but he has a heart of gold and really can claim to be a dog in several million.”

Vet Angela McAllister said Snuffles was a healthy animal other than the split between his nostrils, which would be fused together in other dogs.

She explained: “It’s a defect in his palate which gives him the appearance of having two noses as his nostrils can move independently of each other.”

Colleague Mary Ward added: “Fortunately his nose does not cause him any problems.

“He would make a fantastic pet in the right home. He needs an active family and could live with a compatible dog and children over the age of 14.”


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