As we approach the festive season, let’s not forget that a dog is not just for Christmas, but for life. With that in mind, we would like to introduce you to some of the incredible dogs at Dogs Trust who are eagerly searching for a loving and forever home.
1. Ozzy – This handsome Shih Tzu Cross is a bit shy around people, but with the right family who understands his need for space, he will gradually come out of his shell. Ozzy enjoys exploring new places and playing ball, making him the perfect adventure companion.
2. Polly – A one-year-old German Shepherd Cross, Polly is looking for an active family who can help her build confidence. She loves training sessions and once she trusts you, her affectionate nature shines through. Polly just needs someone patient to help her settle into her forever home.
3. Spud – Meet the sweetest one-year-old Jack Russell Cross who has an undying love for food. Spud needs a family who can be cautious when giving him treats, and a little time to get used to walking on a leash. But once he’s comfortable, he will bring endless joy to your home.
4. Trigger – This stunning Border Collie Cross is ready to find his pawfect home. Trigger is already familiar with basic commands and training, but he would love to continue learning and playing fun activity games. A quiet home in a rural area would be ideal for this sensitive lad.
Remember, adopting a dog is a lifelong commitment. It requires patience, love, and understanding. If you are ready to open your heart and home to one of these amazing dogs, please contact Dogs Trust for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are these dogs suitable for families with children?
A: While some of these dogs may be suitable for families with children, it is important to consider their individual needs and temperaments. Dogs Trust can provide guidance on the best match for your family.
Q: Do these dogs come with any vaccinations or medical history?
A: Yes, all dogs at Dogs Trust are fully vaccinated and have undergone thorough medical checks. The adoption process includes sharing their medical history with the potential adopter.
Q: Can I visit the dogs before deciding?
A: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, visiting the dogs in person may be limited. However, Dogs Trust can arrange virtual meetings and provide detailed information about each dog to help you make an informed decision.