The centre, in York Road, looks after the dogs until they are ready to move into their new home.
For more information on any of the dogs, go to the Dogs Trust website or call 0303 003 0000.
Piglet is an adorable two-year-old French Bulldog. She is a bundle of fun and could live with older primary school children who are confident around dogs. Piglet is looking for a home with another dog who could show her the ropes. House training is still needed and an enclosed garden would help with this. She struggles on her own so would need her new adopters to be around all the time initially, and gradually build up so that she can be left. She would also need to sleep in the bedroom. Photo: Dogs Trust
One-year-old Rex would make a great companion. He has a few behavioural needs, but has been smashing all his training goals and has proved that in the right environment, he would thrive. He is on anti-anxiety medication which the Dogs Trust team would discuss in more detail with potential adopters. Although he is worried by other dogs, he could be walked in quieter areas and is happy to wear a muzzle. He would not suit a home with young children, but confident teenagers would be fine. Photo: Dogs Trust
Three-year-old Cockerpoo Rhubarb is looking for adult adopters who would have the patience to gradually transition her into a new home life. She is nervous of hands-on people and only enjoys fuss from those she knows well. For this reason, she would not be able to live with children. Her adopters will need to visit her at the centre regularly to build a relationship before she will be ready to go home - and she won't be able to be left alone initially. Photo: Dogs Trust
Harper is a one-year-old Bulldog with a great personality, which she will be willing to show her adopters once she has settled into a new routine. She would be happy to share a home with another dog, ideally with a secure garden for her to house train. Harper has a condition called Cherry Eye, which will require an operation soon. But volunteers at Dogs Trust said this should not put future adopters off caring for her. Photo: Dogs Trust