Dogs Trust’s Merseyside branch, based in Huyton, currently has more than 50 dogs and puppies in its kennels, who would love the chance to have a permanent, loving home. Whether you prefer big or small dogs, puppies or golden oldies, there are a range of cute canines up for adoption.
From a Siberian Husky to a French Bulldog, here are 11 of Dogs Trust Merseyside’s most recent additions, who would love to meet you.
Karma is a crossbreed puppy who will need to be the only pet at home. Any children in the house will need to be teenage and over as she is a worried girl who may need space at times. She'll need a few visit before she's ready for home. Photo: Dogs Trust Merseyside
Thor is a Siberian Husky who will need to be the only pet at home and any children will need to be aged 16 or older. Thor is house trained but not used to being left alone. He will need multiple visits to him at the centre before going home. Photo: Dogs Trust Merseyside
Toby is a French Bulldog who is rather tense around other dogs so needs to be the only pet. He can live with children over the age of 14, is house trained and travels well in a car.
Rosie is a Greyhound who can live with children of high school age but will need to be the only pet. A little patience may be needed whilst she gets used to a new routine. Photo: Dogs Trust Merseyside