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Swale council appeals for information after neglected stray dog 'Buddy' found wandering in Queenborough Road in Halfway

25 June 2014
by Emma Grove

A dog has been rescued after being found in a serious state of neglect in Halfway.

The male Staffie-cross was found wandering in Queenborough Road this week.

Buddy, as the animal has been named, has a bad eye infection and skin problems and is now being looked after by Jasmil Kennels in Upchurch.

This male Staffie-cross was found in Queenborough Road, Halfway

This male Staffie-cross was found in Queenborough Road, Halfway

A spokesman said: "He is a really lovely dog but is suffering from serious neglect.

"If you have any information about where he comes from we'd love to hear from you.

"We are also looking for a good home for this great dog."

Swale council is appealing for information about this neglected dog, which has been named Buddy

Swale council is appealing for information about this neglected dog, which has been named Buddy

If you can help, phone Swale council on 01795 417850 or the kennels on 01795 842466.

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