Crossbreed Jasper is a sensitive dog with a sweet nature.
The five-year-old male loves walking in grassy areas, exploring, playing with toys and chasing tennis balls.
Tracey Rae, rehoming centre manager at Dogs Trust Shoreham, said: “He is a smart cookie and loves learning new things in return for a tasty treat. Training is a great way to build a bond with him.”
Jasper would like to be the only pet in the home but is working hard with socialising around other dogs when out and about. A quiet adult home without visiting children is needed so Jasper can settle and grow in confidence.
A sizable, enclosed garden is a must to give Jasper a space for a good run around to stretch the legs.
Tracey added: “After making friends with you, Jasper forms strong attachments. He would love his new owners to have plenty of time to settle him in at home before needing to leave him on his own.
“Jasper is very playful with his toys. He will throw them to you time and time again for you to join in with the game.”
Contact the Brighton Road rehoming centre on 01273 452576 for more information.
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