Surrey

Unwanted Battersea dog is finally homed

Battersea Old Windsor Animal Welfare Assistant, Aimee James, with Sally and Malcolm Crockford and Maisy
Image caption Two-year-old Maisy spent 431 days at the home before being adopted

A dog that was the longest-serving resident at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home has been adopted by a couple from Surrey.

Maisy, a two-year-old mongrel, spent 431 days at the south London animal sanctuary before being taken in by a husband and wife from Guildford.

The former stray was at the home for 12 times longer than the average resident.

Her new owners Sally and Malcolm Crockford described her as a "smart, wonderful dog".

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