West Calder puppies named after Top Gear presenters need new home

These adorable puppies need a home. Picture; contributed

These adorable puppies need a home. Picture; contributed

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A West Calder rehoming centre has named three homeless puppies after The Grand Tour presenters in a bid to try and find them a home.

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Three Border Collie puppies looking for families to call their own have been named after the presenters of the much talked about TV show, The Grand Tour.

The adorable pups, dubbed Jeremy ‘Barkkson’, James ‘May-i-have-a-bone’ and Richard ‘Hound’ have all demonstrated an affinity for the motor world by playing with toy car.

At almost eight weeks old, they are now ready to go to their forever homes; if the right owner comes along.

Dogs Trust West Calder Rehoming Centre Manager, Susan Tonner, said: “These puppies all grew up on a farm so would be ideally suited to owners who have access to lots of outdoor space and have plenty of experience with collies. New owners must also be happy to train and stimulate them both mentally and physically.

“They really enjoy playing with our red toy car at the Centre.”

If you’re interested in finding out more about any of the three puppies, contact Dogs Trust West Calder on 0300 303 0292.