Covid-19 update: Our rehoming centres in England will be closed to the public until lockdown lifts in early December. We’re still rehoming and taking in dogs, with increased social distancing measures in place to keep our staff and adopters safe.

Spot from Snetterton (Norfolk)

Gorgeous young collie Spot was adopted from Dogs Trust Snetterton in June this year and has certainly landed on his paws. He arrived at the centre a nervous boy and soon went into foster, where he grew in confidence until he was ready to find a home. Spot was then matched with his ideal family and after a couple of meets he packed his bags and joined their home for good. His adopters soon learnt that Spot is a cuddle monster and loves his tummy rubs. He also loves his long walks, running about in the garden and playing with squeaky toys. Since being adopted, Spot has been on his very first holiday to a lovely cottage, where he enjoyed lots of fun beach walks and played in the garden. He’s made lots of great human friends since he joined his forever home (including a postman who brings yummy treats) and has even made a four-legged friend called Misty. Spot isn’t the biggest fan of other dogs, so this is a great achievement! Hooray for Spot! We are so pleased for him and his family.