VIDEO: Dog of the week – Flame

Despite his bouncy and active nature, Flame needs a calm and settled lifestyle
Despite his bouncy and active nature, Flame needs a calm and settled lifestyle

Bright border collie cross Flame enjoys nothing more than to learn new things.

This smart five-year-old has been having fun learning new tricks at the Dogs Trust Shoreham rehoming centre.

Manager Tracey Rae said: “Flame can be shy when initially meeting new people, so he is looking for an understanding owner who can help build his confidence.

“Once Flame develops a bond with someone, his sweet and friendly character shines through and he is lots of fun to be around.”

Despite Flame’s bouncy and active nature, a calm and settled lifestyle is needed and it would help if the new family would encourage long walks in rural areas.

Flame is looking for an adult home, without too many visitors, and a garden to call his own. Flame has made plenty of four-legged friends at the Brighton Road rehoming centre and therefore could potentially share his home with another dog.

Telephone 01273 452576.

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