A young dog whose previous owner abandoned him in a skip two days before Christmas has found a new home after being cared for by a Cambridgeshire-based rescue centre.

Beaux and new owner Elizabeth about to head home.

Beaux was brought into Wood Green The Animals Charity, on December 23, 2014, after a member of the public found him in a skip in Cambridge.

He was very thin and nervous, but after a month of training and care he has found a new home with Elizabeth Dowling and Andrew Dawson from Fen Ditton in Cambridgeshire.

Wood Green dog rehomer Kirsty Phillips said: “When he came in to us Beaux was so nervous he would hide in the back of his kennel and was obviously under-nourished.

“But he’s a fantastic, friendly boy and he’s just come on leaps and bounds – he’s great with people and other dogs and is such a happy dog. It’s amazing to see him now and we’re so happy to see him go to a great new home.”

Ms Dowling added: “We heard his story and saw his timid little face on the Wood Green website and fell in love with him – but when we came in to the charity to meet him we were amazed at how happy and bouncy he is now.

“We’ve got everything ready and are looking forward to spoiling him. We can’t wait to get Beaux home.”

To find out more about dogs in need of homes, visit www.woodgreen.org.uk

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