PHOEBE and Baby are two of the beagles taken to Dogs Trust Shoreham by a dog warden.
The seven-year-olds were part of a pack of beagles who were rescued by the dog warden then taken to the Brighton Road centre.
Both females, the dogs have a close bond, so need to be rehomed together.
Dogs Trust said: “They are both very sweet with people but understandably shy, so need gradual introductions to kind and gentle people.
“They are typical beagles in many ways, they love to sniff and roll around in the grass and enjoy tasty treats very much.
“Although they are both used to living with multiple beagles, they can be a little unsure meeting new dogs. Their socialisation with new dogs at the centre is going really well and just needs to be done gradually on their terms.”
The pair need a calm home where the occupants are aged 16 or older.
As they have not lived in a normal home environment, they need owners who understand they will take time to settle and will some guidance with housetraining.
Contact the rehoming centre on 01273 466970 for further information.