A GREYHOUND who is named after Dracula’s daughter is hoping for a happy howl-oween in her own home.
Sweet-natured Mavis – named after the Count’s daughter in the children’s film – came to the Dogs Trust earlier this month with no front teeth, except for four noticeable ‘fangs’.
Despite being known as the centre’s resident vampire, eight year-old Mavis is actually a friendly character who gets on well with other dogs and loves a nap after her walk.
Staff say while the pup would not look out of place in Transylvania, they are hoping a local dog lover can embrace her quirky looks and give her a loving home.
Assistant manager Emma Healey said: “We are amazed by how much Mavis’s teeth resemble vampire fangs – they have certainly become a topic of conversation with staff and visitors.
“She may bear an uncanny resemblance to Count Dracula but she is no bloodhound.
“Mavis is looking for a fairly quiet home and could live with other animals or children over the age of six who will give her time on her own when she needs it.”
Call 0300 303 0292 to find out more about Mavis or any other dog at the centre.