A PLUCKY pooch that miraculously survived being shot TWICE in the head with a crossbow is looking for a new home after making an incredible recovery.
Amazingly three-year-old Beau survived the horrific attack by thugs which left her with a crossbow bolt embedded in her head, narrowly missing her brain.
The friendly brindel mongrel was found by a member of the public in a car park near the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in West Bretton with the devastating injuries.
Thankfully the lucky pup made it through surgery at Calder Vets in Dewsbury and bosses at the Dogs Trust in Leeds say she is now ready to find a good home.
Staff say she is playful and likes to have a fuss made of her and more suited to an adult home with someone who has lots of time and patience.
Dogs Trust Leeds Rehoming Centre Manager, Amanda Sands said: “Beau is a very special girl and has made a lasting impression on staff at Dogs Trust Leeds – they have even named her 'Beautiful Beau'.
“We desperately want Beau to have the love and attention she deserves in her new home and would prefer if she was the only dog in the house, despite the fact that she gets on well with other dogs.
“We feel she should rule the roost.
“She is the most loyal and wonderful dog who will make a great pet.
“All Beau needs is lots of understanding about what she has been through and the patience to bring her through.”
The thugs who attacked Beau have never been caught.