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Handsome six-year-old Collie Crossbreed Oscar would suit an active family looking for an easy and fun dog. He enjoys a run and is playful once he has formed a good relationship. Oscar needs to continue his dog socialisation training so he can share with other pets. He is house-trained but is not used to being left alone, so would need someone around all the time to slowly introduce him to being left. Photo: Dogs Trust
Bonnie is a one-year-old American Bulldog Cross. She enjoys her training and would be happy to continue learning in a new home. She can get quite giddy and, bcause she is strong, her new family must be confident around large breeds. Adopters should be prepared to share their sofa for lots of snuggles. She is currently living off-site with a foster carer where she is proving to be a very loving and chilled girl. Photo: Dogs Trust
Toffee is a seven-year-old Hound Crossbreed who would suit adopters who would give him time to settle into a new home. He would need to be around his new family all the time initially to make this easier for him. A secure garden would be ideal to give him somewhere to explore. He would be fine with children in high-school but would not be happy sharing the home with any other pets. Photo: Dogs Trust
Mila is a six-year old Staffy Cross who loves meeting new people. She is very affectionate and loves a cuddle. Mila can often be found visiting the reception area at Dogs Trust when visitors arrive. She has been waiting for a new home for a while and volunteers at the centre struggle to understand why she is constantly overlooked. She used to be very worried by other dogs, but training has helped and she has now made some canine friends. Mila is sometimes strong on the lead but, in capable hands, she is very manageable. Photo: Dogs Trust