Dogs Trust Shoreham dog of the week: Meet Biggles, a brilliant companion for an active family
Biggles is a spirited lurcher that shows lots of potential, and is eager to learn.
Dogs Trust Shoreham staff say Biggles is bouncy and friendly but his exuberance can mean he will sometimes forget his manners and appear a little too enthusiastic when greeting people.
However, Biggles is smart and loving and this two-year-old will make a brilliant companion for an active family that can fully involve him an all aspects of their life.
The charity is looking for dedicated adopters who have the time to support him with some ongoing training.
A fun, varied lifestyle where Biggles can get lots of input and plenty of opportunity to express his energetic nature would be perfect. Quieter walking areas will be needed while he settles into his routine and he must be walked on his muzzle.
Biggles cannot live with cats, caged birds or other small furry pets but could potentially live with a well-suited dog. It is essential that he has a garden of his own and the youngest members of his family must be over the age of 16.
The rehoming centre in Brighton Road is currently closed but people can still apply for dogs and the charity can start the adoption process. Visit www.dogstrust.org.uk/ for more information.