A PAIR of ‘outpaws’ are looking for a new home. 

Bonnie and Clide, nine-year-old Jack Russell Terriers, are an inseparable double act and need to be rehomed. 

The Dogs Trust is looking for anyone who might like to take the delightful duo on. 

House-trained with good basic training, the double act are very affectionate and love having a cuddle with human pals.

Nicki Barrow, Rehoming Centre Manager at Dogs Trust Newbury, said:

“True to their names, Bonnie and Clyde have stolen the hearts of staff here at the rehoming centre. The portly pooches arrived slightly overweight, so they’re looking for an active family that will continue their weight loss programme and help them shed their excess pounds.

“Adopters can sometimes be put off by mature dogs, opting for younger, sprightlier residents – especially two dogs that need to be rehomed together – however this pair proves that age is just a number, as they’re both active and extremely fun to be around. They’d be a ‘pawfect’ addition to the right family.”

Bonnie and Clyde would like to live in a quiet area, where they are the only pets in the home. Loving companion dogs, they can be left for a few hours once settled, and can live with children aged 11 years and over. The dynamic duo prefer to be walked by two people, so would benefit from living in a multi-person household.

If you’d like Bonnie and Clyde to join your ‘gang’, contact Dogs Trust Newbury on 0300 303 0292 or visit dogstrust.org.uk. The charity is located at Plumb’s Farm, Hamstead Marshall, Newbury, RG20 0HR.