Molly spent a lot of time shut away before she arrived at Dogs Trust Shoreham.
The nine-month-old female crossbreed therefore craves company and would need to be given the run of the house by new owners.
Rehoming centre manager Tracey Rae said: "She is a fun girl and cannot wait to find her new home.
"Molly is looking for a quiet adult home as she can be shy of new people. After a few meetings, she will be your best friend.
"She would like her own garden, so she has a secure area to stretch her legs and build up her recall.
"She loves to play with toys and will stick her head in the toy box and have a good snuffle around to find just the right one to play with."
Molly cannot live with cats but would benefit from a doggy friend to help build confidence in new situations.
Molly will suit owners who enjoy training and have time to give attention.
Call the Brighton Road centre on 01273 452576.
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