Can you give Duke a home?
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Dogs are a man's best friend but for the canines at Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre in Snetterton many are still looking for a home.
Duke is coming up to two-years old and is an Eurasian Shepherd Cross, who will turn heads wherever he goes.
Looking to live with someone who has a reasonable sized garden, where he can play freely - he would also like to be the only dog in the home so he can have his owners all to himself.
He can live with older children aged 14 and over.
Duke loves his walks and is also happy to have other doggie friends join him. He would like his new family to be active and happy to take him on adventures.
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He knows a few basic commands but will need some help developing these but loves playing with tennis balls.
If you are able to give Duke a home call the centre on 01953 498377 or visit Dogs Trust in North End Road, Snetterton.
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