He’s shared the silver screen with such famous faces as Daniel Radcliffe and Gary Oldman, and now Berry,– the German Shepherd who portrayed Padfoot in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban— is hoping to win a starring role with a forever family.
The British newspaper Sunday Express broke the heartbreaking news that the 10-year-old tail-wagger– along with his four-pawed pal Porridge, a 13-year-old German Shepherd/Labrador who appeared in several UK television series– are homeless.
No longer able to care for the pair of canines due to the time constraints of his career, the dogs’ stuntman/trainer parent– who had raised the dogs from pups– contacted German Shepherd Dog Rescue, an all-volunteer charity which transports, fosters and re-homes Rovers in England and Wales.
Life is not dim away from the spotlight for the inseparable celebrity Spots, who have been placed in a loving foster home where they love to play with the family’s two Fidos and attempt to make friends with a resident feline. However, like all pets, the two four-legged friends still hope for a home of their own.
If you are interested in adopting Berry and Porridge, wish to read Berry’s (aka Padfoot’s) tale or want to find out how you can help German Shepherd Dog Rescue:
Photo Credit: German Shepherd Dog Rescue