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Wonky the dog has been offered a home by 600 people after the Dog's Trust made a plea on her behalf last week (February 22nd).

The twelve-week-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross has won the hearts of the nation and hundreds of people contacted the shelter wanting to take the pooch in.

In its heartwarming plea, the trust said she desperately needed care and attention, but it was worried people would be put off from adopting Wonky because of the level of care she would need.

So called because of joint problems in her front legs due to poor diet, Wonky was separated from her mother and is not able to walk very well because of her disability.

The poor pooch was discovered wandering the streets and brought into the Dog's Trust by a member of the public.

Amanda Sands, manager at Dogs Trust Leeds, said: "'She isn't a traditionally pretty pooch but she's a lovely girl with great character. We really hope people can see beyond appearances and give her the fresh start she deserves."

And it seems the nation has done just that and Wonky's luck has changed. Staff at the trust are now sifting through the pile of applications to find her the very best home out there.

Posted by Nick French

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