Dogs Trust Leeds: Meet the newest adorable pups urgently looking for a forever home

Meet Mighty Mike and Ronan - the newest pooches at Leeds Dogs Trust who are urgently looking for a new forever home.

Saturday, 8th May 2021, 11:45 am
Mighty Mike (left) and Ronan (right) (photos: Leeds Dogs Trust)

Mighty Mike

Mighty Mike was found as a stray and so Dogs Trust Leeds don't know much about his history but think he is around five years old.

The greyhound is friendly with everyone he meets - humans and dogs alike.

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Mighty Mike is a playful boy who seems to really enjoy human interaction and even knows how to sit and give his paw.

He could potentially share his home with another sighthound like himself.

The more you get to know Mighty Mike, the more affectionate he becomes and he does enjoy a gentle fuss.

He doesn't like being left along so will need his owners around all the time until he is fully settled.

Might Mike will need to learn house training so a secure garden with a high fence will be needed.

He will be fine with children over 14 years old.

According to Dogs Trust, Mighty Mike is showing all the signs of becoming a very loyal and loving companion.


Ronan is a lively 17-month-old German shepherd and husky cross.

He is looking for a very active home with owners who can keep up with his zest for life.

He is a big boy with a big personality and will need a quiet home where he is the only pet.

Ronan can be shy initially when meeting new people but should be fine with people aged 16 years and older.

He will require basic training and socialising.

While Ronan needs to be the only dog in the home, he may be able to have a regular walking buddy to help him gain confidence.

Ronan's new owners will need to be at home with him during the day as he struggles when left alone but once he has settled he should be okay for a few hours on his own - although this will take some time.

He loves to play with his toys and is very affectionate once he gets to know you and will be a big presence in any home.

Potential adopters will need to be within a one hour drive from the Leeds Dogs Trust centre and will be happy to visit him multiple times before he is ready to head to his new home.

The Dogs Trust Leeds centre is in Woodlands Farm, York Street, Leeds, LS15 4NL.