Would your canine companion like a four-legged friend?
Dogs Trust Loughborough currently has almost 70 dogs ready and waiting for their special someone to provide them with their forever homes.
There are young and old, all shapes, sizes and breeds ranging from Labradors to Lurchers and Shih Tzus to Spaniels.
Dogs Trust Loughborough is committed to making sure that every dog is ideally suited to their new home and at the moment the team are looking after lots of dogs who would love to live with a canine companion in their new home.
If you are looking for another four-legged friend, here are just some of the dogs who might be just right for your lifestyle. If you think any would be a great addition to your home, please call the team on 0300 303 0292, take a trip to the rehoming centre at Hill Farm, Wide Lane, Leicestershire,LE12 6SE or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk
Seven-year-old Crossbreed Cooper is extremely intelligent and would be more than happy to show any potential adopters his extensive training knowledge! He loves playing with toys and can get a bit over-excited on his walks but his loose lead walking training is going really well. He would like an adult only home. Once Cooper has put his trust in you, he loves nothing more than a good cuddle.
Harrier Forest is looking for a quiet home with another confident dog as he loves following in a canine companion’s paw prints. This four-year-old is quite reserved so is looking for a family who would be happy to meet him at the centre a few times. He is slowly starting to show his cheeky side. Forest can live with children aged 16 and over who will be patient with him and help him learn to trust so he can grow in confidence and enjoy life to the full.
Crossbreed Misty is always up for an adventure so if you like getting out and about this seven-year-old could be the one for you.
Misty was found as a stray so the team have been doing lots of work with her to build her trust and to get her used to being around people and other four-legged friends. She is making really good progress and her carers would work closely with any new adopter to make the transition of going back into a home as easy as possible for her. Once Misty has put her trust in you she is extremely affectionate and would make one amazing snuggle buddy!
Nemo was found as a stray so it’s not surprising that although he is super-affectionate once he knows you, he likes to take his time to build a bond. He is a five year old Labrador Cross and he would suit living in a quiet, rural environment. He is very boisterous but would benefit from having a doggie friend to help him settle in. He needs a home without children and with patient owners who can help this worried young boy learn to love life.
Four-year-old Collie Cross Obi arrived at the centre in the summer. He is a sensitive boy so he would love a quiet home with a large secure garden to play in whilst he finds his paws in his new home. He can live with a female dog and possibly a feline friend too. He is a clever boy who likes to keep his brain busy and he is a very loyal boy; he just needs to be given time to build trust.
Lurcher Sid is a very loving, full of life character who is happiest when in the company of people. At just two he is a playful young boy and he adores nothing more than playing with his squishy toys with his two-legged friends. He won’t be keen on being left home alone and will need time to settle into his new home. He can live with children aged 16 and over and a calm dog subject to them meeting each other and getting along prior to him heading home.
Two-year-old Labrador Mitch is a lively boy who loves exploring the outdoors and having fun. He needs an active home with a family who can keep up with him and keep his brain busy as well as taking him out on adventures. As he likes to be on the go he would like someone to be around most of the day but would like a home without children or other pets – other than a dog that can keep up with him!