Country Life teamed up with the Dogs Trust for Christmas to find 12 dogs new homes - could any of these hounds be your new family dog?
Our wonderful twelve dogs of Christmas are all looking for a home this year – could you offer a home to any of these cheeky guys and girls?
The second in our Dogs Trust rehoming series is Leo the beagle. Lovely Leo is a very good looking and sensitive boy who is looking for a brand new family to welcome him to their home.
The third dog is the wonderful Samson, an affectionate six-year-old who is looking for his perfect family this Christmas
The fourth dog in our 12 Dogs of Christmas rehoming series with Dogs Trust is the wonderful Frankie, a lovely four-year-old labrador cross.
The fifth rescue dog in our rehoming series with Dogs Trust, is the beautiful Shep, a two-year-old collie cross who is hoping to find a new family this Christmas.
The sixth dog in our Christmas rehoming series is the lovely five-year-old Max, a spaniel at Dogs Trust Snetterton who can’t wait to settle down in a new home.
The lovely Cassie from Dogs Trust Evesham is up next in our rehoming series and is hoping to find the perfect family this Christmas.
We’re hoping to help Berty, a lovely terrier cross at Dogs Trust Basildon and the twelve in our rehoming series, find a new family this Christmas.
The ninth dog of Christmas is Benji – isn’t he a love? A good looking fellow with a lot of character, Benji can sometimes be a bit shy of new people, but would love a new home in the country.
The tenth dog of Christmas is the wonderful Skip, a Jack Russell who loves being the centre of attention. Could you provide Skip with a new home for the New Year?
The eleventh dog of Christmas this year is Henry, a good-natured man who can be nervous around new people, but who loves playing with his toys. Henry is looking for a loving home with lots of room to run around.
The twelfth and final dog of Christmas is Bernie the cross breed. He has been in his Dogs Trust centre in Kenilworth for a while and would really love to find a proper home soon.
*Call Dogs Trust on 0300 303 0292 or visit their website www.dogstrust.org.uk to find out more about meeting or any of these lovely dogs.