Dog lovers looking for a new best friend will be happy to learn there are dozens of dogs up for adoption in Darlington.
The are plenty of rescue dogs desperately looking for a forever home and their new families in Dogs Trust this month.
We have compiled a list of six pups hoping to bring some light into their new owner's lives.
Tyson - Shar Pei
First, meet Tyson, a handsome male Shar Pei, who needs a peaceful home environment.
Sensitive Tyson is enthusiastic about socialising with other dogs but would be happiest as the only pooch in the house.
Please note that Tyson might need a few meetings to familiarise himself with his potential adoptive family.
Ideal adopters for Tyson would be patient, understanding and capable of providing a serenely soothing environment where Tyson feels comfortable.
Bud - American Bulldog Cross puppy
Similarly, Bud, an adorable American Bulldog Cross puppy, is looking for his perfect match.
Bud requires basic training and would benefit from a dedicated, committed family.
Bud has a slightly sensitive side and would prefer a home with older teens.
With his jovial spirit, he's sure to bring joy and fun into the familial setting.
Layla - Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Next meet Layla, the beautiful Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross who is seeking a calm, adult-only home.
Relationship building might be a slow process with Layla due to her sensitive side, but her sweet, affectionate nature is sure to be rewarded with dedication and patience.
Ideally, Layla would need a quiet environment with no other pets or children, offering this timid sweetheart the chance to fully relax.
Max - Labrador Retriever
Max, a lovable Labrador Retriever cross, managed to win the centre's hearts with his cheeky personality.
His perfect home setting would be a leisurely environment where he could enjoy himself undisturbed.
Max loves his toys and enjoys splish-splashing around the water, providing an adorable sight to his potential forever family.
Mouse - American Bulldog Cross
There's also Mouse, an American Bulldog Cross.
This active and bubbly girl will bring joy to your home once she’s had a chance to come out of her shell.
Mouse will do great in a tranquil location with older teens, providing ample love and affection to her future family.
Milo - Beagle
Don't forget about Milo, the fun-loving Beagle who is actively looking for his forever home.
This fantastic lad will require patient and understanding adopters who can devote their time to his acclimatisation.
Milo, fond of exercising, would benefit from secondary school-age kids, who have experience with dogs, providing an enriching environment for this delightful beagle.
These 6 canine companions delight in the potential prospect of becoming a part of a loving, caring home.
If you’re in the position to provide these lovely dogs with their forever home, please do not hesitate to get in contact with Dogs Trust.
Anyone interested in adopting these dogs can find out more here.