Homeless hounds try for Grand Slam glory
England prepare to take on Wales at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium for the 6 Nations Grand Slam decider and what would be for the men in white their first Grand Slam in a decade, six patriotic dogs at
Battersea are honing their skills to try and find a new
home in time for this Saturday’s showdown.
squad of elite dogs are all big rugby fans and are hoping they’ll even find a team to call their own.
6 Nations Championship canines.
As one of the squad’s most senior and
experienced players, Inka the Husky has given a virtuoso performance in her three months
at Battersea. True to her breed, Inka has the strength, speed, stamina and
skills to carry off any game and make fast and stealthy sprints to the
A great team player and an integral part of the
squad, it has taken Snickers precious little time to impress with his speed
and prowess. With the right guidance this lovable lad could be the top of his
At 1-2 year's old he may be one of the more junior members of the
team, but athleticism is the name of Azlan’s game and with the right management,
this clear and calm thinker is sure to get off to a promising start and score
essential points to lead the team to glory.
Few dogs have had the debut-season impact that
this promising young upstart has made since joining Battersea in February this
year. This active and sociable boy is a great team player, coupled with his
speed and accuracy for chasing balls make him the one to look out for this
player who shows great skill and speed. Simba hasn’t had the best of starts but
since being taken in by Battersea has shown so much promise and will definitely
give the opposition a run for their money. During her time at Battersea this key
player has shown her team mates that she’s got what it takes to be the top of
A consistent performer, Akita Hachi’s strength and
determination would make him the perfect part of any team. Since his arrival at
Battersea he has been on scintillating form showing staff his loyalty and
intelligence and love for keeping fit.
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