There are 16 pups up for grabs at Dogs Trust Leeds, can you give one a home? Photos: Dogs Trust Leeds
Ebony was found with no ears and tail after her previous owner had cut them off. Despite having a hard life, this pup will bring rays of sunshine into your home with her bouncy attitude and playful nature. Confident with other dogs and a fan of a good walk, Ebony is the perfect companion for active folk who want a dog that can keep up with them. At nine years old, she does have a few medical problems that would need to be discussed, but she does not let these hold her back. Ebony is suitable for a family home with teenagers.
2. Pepe and Sammy
What a pair! This adorable duo do everything together and are looking for a home that will take both of them on. Pepe is a gorgeous cocker spaniel with a laid back attitude that helps to mellow out her pal Sammy, who is always full of excitement- he may be a little bit vocal but he's only telling you that he's enjoying himself! These pups would prefer to live in a home with children on the older side, and ideally need to be the only pets in the house. They are both confident walkers but as Sammy can be a little loud it is best to choose quieter walking routes.
Doughnut is a gorgeous Greyhound with a personality to match. Dogs Trust originally found him as a stray so not much is known about his background, but from just a few minutes in his company you can see he's a playful pup who loves a good fuss. He's a little wary of men at first, but after spending a bit of time with him he'll be giving you a paw in no time. Doughnut doesn't like being left alone for long so an owner who's around most of the time would be ideal for him. He's friendly with other dogs and can be paired with children over the age of 16.
An ex-race dog, Eddie is a friendly pup who loves to go running and play with his squeaky toys. He's vibrant dog and is full of energy, but loves to curl up next to you on the sofa to wind down after a busy day. Eddie is able to mingle with other dogs but likes his own space, preferring quieter walks where he can explore. Due to his high prey drive he is required to wear a muzzle out and about, but this does not phase him! Eddie is a little uncomfortable around children so an adult only home is best, and although he is used to having his owners around all the time he is able to adapt to them being away for short periods.