The Scottish SPCA is seeking the owner of a puppy found with a European microchip.

The charity took in the dog after he was discovered straying in the Renfrewshire area.


The six month old male, thought to be a Pomeranian cross Chihuahua, is in the care of SSPCA in their Glasgow branch, where he has been nicknamed Taco.

Centre manager Anna O’Donnell said, “Taco has a microchip, which we have been advised originates from somewhere in Europe.

“However, the chip hasn’t been registered in this country and we’ve been unable to find any contact details for his owner.

“Unsurprisingly, Taco has already been offered a new home in the event his owner does not come forward but we hope his family will recognise him and get in touch.

“It would be fantastic to return this lovely boy home, wherever that may be.”

Anyone who recognises Taco has been asked to call the SSPCA on 03000 999 999.