From an elderly pooch back at the shelter for the second time, to a "sensitive soul" who has spent most of his life in kennels, here are five dogs for adoption at Dogs Trust.
Can you help any of these pooches find their perfect home?
Breed: Border collie
Bertie is a six-year-old Collie who is looking for his new forever home after a tough start in life.
He can get frustrated easily which results in grabbing clothes and being mouthy, so he will need to live with adults only and with no other pets in the home.
He would benefit from living in a quiet environment where he has plenty of space for him to run and explore in a secure garden.
Bertie does not have much experience of living in a home so he is looking for adopters who are patient.
Breed: Cocker spaniel
Billy's ideal home is with someone who has had some experience with owning Spaniels in the past, but this is not essential for the right home.
He would like his new home to consist of adults only and have an enclosed garden where he can run and play securely. Billy can have calm dog friends out on walks but wouldn't want to share his home with other pets.
Billy is a friendly and fun boy who is guaranteed to keep you entertained. He loves playing with toys and swimming and getting as muddy as possible.
Breed: Border collie cross
Having been adopted from Dogs Trust in 2016, Danny sees himself back again due to his owner's ill health.
He is looking for a quiet home where the youngest people are older teenagers for his retirement years.
Danny must be the only pet in the home and would like a garden to potter around in with his family.
He builds strong bonds with his favourite people, so everyone in the household should be happy to come and meet him at the same time so he gets to know everyone equally well.
Breed: German shepherd cross
Hogie is a "lovely boy with a bouncy and fun personality". He is looking for a home where the youngest people are older teens who are ideally experienced around big bouncy dogs.
Hogie loves to play ball with people so would really love an enclosed garden with 6ft fencing all the way around.
He enjoys a calm home environment without too many visitors coming and going while he is settling in.
Rocco was handed in to Dogs Trust at 10 months old, so much of his life has been spent in kennels.
The pooch with a "sensitive soul" is looking for patient adopters who are happy to use positive reward-based training to guide him in life, as Rocco struggles with confrontation.
He would like his new family to consist of adults only and he would like a quiet home environment without too many people.
A garden with a six-foot fence would be ideal and he must live with another well-rounded dog in the home.