RUSTY was taken to Dogs Trust Shoreham after being found tied up as a stray.
The two-year-old male terrier has a huge character, loves people and is looking for adult owners who will be dedicated to giving lots of training.
“Rusty needs help to become a more relaxed dog,” said Dogs Trust.
“He finds being left alone really difficult, so needs a home with owners who can build up to leaving him home alone.
“He also needs to live with another dog to help him feel more secure. Rusty is playful and friendly with other dogs but sometimes forgets his manners with dogs out and about, as he is so keen to greet them, having a doggy pal to live with should help with this also.”
A home with a garden is needed so Rusty can have lots of off-lead fun. Toys and food can be used to keep the active terrier mind busy.
Call the Shoreham rehoming centre on 01273 452576 for more details.
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