Shoreham ‘Stars of the Month’ Awards - March
We’ve been deliberating for weeks as to who we think should win the awards in our ‘Shoreham Stars of the Month’… so read on to find out!
Golden Oldie: At 14-years-old, Rosie is the oldest dog in our care and wins the award for ‘Golden Oldie’. She’s currently living in a temporary Foster Home, but her perfect ‘Forever Home’ would be somewhere quiet and peaceful where she can spend her days relaxing.
Most Affectionate: Four-year-old Sheba may appear to be aloof at first, but give her the time she needs to build a bond, and you’ll be rewarded with her love and affection. She’ll make a very loyal companion to experienced owners who can dedicate lots of their time to her.
Bravest: Yoda wins the award for the 'Bravest'. He’s a shy little chap, who is slowly learning that the world isn’t such a scary place after all. Recently, he’s been doing some confidence building training and has proven how brave he can be! Visit his profile to watch him in action.
Playful Pooch: Just as much loveable as he is playful, is our active Labrador Cross, Olly. He loves to chase about in the garden after a tennis ball, or play a game of football. Olly is currently living in a temporary Foster Home but is readier than ever to find a place to call forever!
Clever Canine: Sophie is living proof that you CAN teach an old dog new tricks! This 13-year-old Bull Terrier Crossbreed has learnt an array of tricks with the help of her Canine Carer, Megan. You can see her showing off her skills by visiting us on social media, or our centre pages.
Best of Friends: Hope and Jasmine win the award for ‘Best of Friends’, although we believe that their relationship is stronger than a friendship. Our staff are pretty certain that this pair are in fact mother and daughter! These beautiful Akitas have a truly special bond and are looking for a home together.
Sweetest Smile: We weren’t shocked when our social media followers voted for Honey as the dog with the ‘Sweetest Smile’. This adorable girl’s not just sweet in features, she’s also got an endearing, sensitive nature. She’s hoping to find gentle owners who will support her in developing some confidence.
Please contact 0300 303 0292 if you’re interested in adopting any of our adorable doggos, or if you’d like to find out some more information. Alternatively, you can come and visit us! Dogs Trust Shoreham is located at Brighton Road, Shoreham, BN43 5LT.