An eight-year-old border terrier is looking to find her forever home in Suffolk. 

Meg was taken into the care of the RSPCA after her previous owners could no longer keep her. 

Staff at the Suffolk Central RSPCA branch in Martlesham have described Meg as "such a sweet girl, who loves being the company of her favourite humans and curling up by their feet for a good snooze".

She enjoys playing with her toys and loves having a nice run and roll around in our enclosed field.

Meg enjoys going out for a nice slow paced walk, but does need to be kept on a lead and muzzle at all times when out in public.

She is also on pain relief for arthritis, which will need to be continued in her new home to ensure that she lives a comfortable and pain free life.

Meg could live with children of primary school age and would prefer not to live with a cat or any other dogs.