SENSITIVE Danny needs a quiet home and plenty of time to settle in with new owners.
The five-year-old male labrador cross can be shy at first but becomes quite affectionate after spending time with new people.
Danny lacks confidence in busy environments, so would be best suited to a quiet area.
Tracey Rae, rehoming centre manager at Dogs Trust Shoreham, said: “New owners will need to continue the training that has been started here. A tasty treat or two will come in handy for this.
“Danny is comfortable around young adults aged 16-plus and would like his own enclosed garden.
“He can live with another dog in his new home, provided it matches his personality. Danny can be very playful with dogs once he is comfortable with them.”
Danny has a medical condition affecting the front legs, so exercise will need to be slightly restricted. Dogs Trust will pay any future vet bills relating to this condition.
Contact the centre, in Brighton Road, Shoreham, on 01273 452576.
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