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Pixel (was Jasmine) from Leeds - Dogs Trust

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Take a peek inside Dogs Trust Leeds! Ready to come and visit? www.dogstrust.org.uk/rehoming/searchcentres/leeds/ With thanks to www.media73.co.uk.

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Bob at Dogs Trust Leeds is a lively bouncy staffy. He is excitable around people and also polite with dogs but would be better as the only dog in the home.

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Chester is a very cute German Shepherd puppy at Dogs Trust Leeds. To view all our dogs looking for their forever homes, please visit www.dogstrust.org.uk

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Found Puppy! On the 20th of March this female puppy with no tag was found Clayton Wood quarry, Leeds. Please share to find the owners.This puppy was handed over to Leeds City Council Dog Wardens 22/03/2016. She will be taken to Dogs Trust where she will probably be put up for adoption. So please actRead More

This gorgeous puppy Wendell at Dogs Trust Leeds still has lots of growing to do! Wendell will be a big active dog one day and will need energetic owners to help him reach his full potential.

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Looking for a Home .. This adorable 11 week old lurcher pup showed fighting spirit after she was dumped and tied to a tree in freezing weather conditions. found by a passing couple who immediately alerted the dog warden, and was taken to a nearby Dogs Trust centre. Staff at the centre in Leeds say despite her ordeal she is in good health. Picture: Dogs Trust Leeds

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Dogs Trust Leeds: Angus. Awesome vid! Poor handsome Angus is a collie cross looking for love

Zac at Dogs Trust Leeds is a retired Trailhound and in need of a loving home. He is good with people, dogs and cats and should be fine homed with older children. Trailhounds make good pets as they have a sweet nature. Zak is lovely to walk and likes long walks. He will need a little extra training on his recall and house training.

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Staff at Dogs Trust Leeds are getting behind the England team by naming their own adorable team of 8 puppies after players in the England Squad.The 8 week old Collie pups are looking to win their perfect match in loving homes.Staff have named the football loving pups,who were handed into the Rehoming Centre when their owner was no longer able to care for them; Frank Lampawd,Steven Gurrard,Phil Bones,Jordan Hounderson,Ross Barkley,Phil Wagielka,Jack Russell Wilshire and Spaniel Sturridge. <3

Poor Wonky the dog has not had a great start in life. She was brought to the Leeds Dogs Trust two weeks ago after being dumped on the street. Staff at the centre immediately noticed Wonky was unable to stand properly. She could only walk on the elbow joints of her front paws. (video)

Who will give a home to Wonky? Abandoned puppy left disabled by poor diet needs a loving owner

Help: Wonky has been afflicted with knuckling of the carpal joints, which means her front feet bend inwards because her tendons are too short

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Fudge at Dogs Trust Leeds is a gorgeous little guy who lacks in confidence. He is worried by new people or dogs and can be quite vocal. Fudge will need further work on his socialising and also house training. He will need to be the only dog in the home.

Penny at Dogs Trust Leeds is a timid little girl who will need a patient and understanding owner to help her confidence grow. Penny is sociable with other dogs but would be best suited as the only dog in the home.

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Rex is a cute little fellow looking for a quiet adult only home. He is friendly with both people and dogs and may live with another calm dog for company. Rex may take time to settle into a new home and potential owners will need to take advice from our behaviourist before meeting Rex.

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Gizmo

Gizmo here from Leeds is waiting for his #SpecialSomeone - he is a very intelligent, loving, playful and energetic lad who will make a great companion for an active owner who doesn't mind taking on some basic training. Gizmo can be very shy at first, espescially with men & will need a patient, hands off approach to start with. He would be best homed in a quieter adult home but becomes more confident with a bit of time & patience.

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Max is super bouncy and really daft. He would like a confident and energetic owner that can keep up with him.

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Dog dumped and tied to tree with broken leg finds perfect forever home - Dogs Trust

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Frank at Dogs Trust Leeds is a timid boy who would benefit from a quieter home without young children. He soon forms attachments with people he knows and will need owners around most of the day to help him settle in.