Finn is only nine months old and will need time to settle into a new home.
The male crossbreed is young and busy, so new owners will need plenty of time to continue the training that has been started at Dogs Trust Shoreham.
Tracey Rae, rehoming centre manager, said: “As he is quite a bouncy boy, Finn is currently learning some manners and will offer you a lovely sit in return for a tasty treat.
“He is extremely bright and eager to learn, so would be perfect for someone who enjoys training and would like to continue teaching him new things.”
Finn can live with young adults aged 16-plus and could live with a dog with a matching temperament, but not cats or caged animals.
An enclosed garden is needed to provide a secure area to run and play in. Finn loves his toys and has an overflowing box of them to choose from.
Contact the centre on 01273 452576.
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