Can you help the sweet Beanie continue to come out of his shell and give him a loving new home?

The two-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier arrived at the RSPCA Suffolk Central Branch after he was removed from a property. 

He was attacked by other dogs in the home and suffered injuries to his ears, head and neck.

Since being taken in by the RSPCA, he has received plenty of love and medical attention to help him on his way to recovery.

While he has come a long way in his recovery, Beanie can find new environments and strangers worrying, so will an adult-only house where he can continue his training.

Beanie would also prefer to be the only other pet in the home.

A spokesperson for the Suffolk Central Branch said: "Beanie has really come out of his shell since he first arrived with us, and now loves nothing more than nice long walks, playing with his favourite stuffed toys and then getting lots of love and attention from his favourite humans."

Anyone who can give Beanie a new home can contact RSPCA Suffok Central on 0300 999 7321.