A dog who was handed into a Norfolk rescue centre as a puppy is still looking for his forever home two years later.

"Sensitive soul" Rocco, a two-year-old Dobermann, has spent most of his life in kennels at Dogs Trust Snetterton.

Rocco is in search of adopters who have had some experience with rescue dogs and large breeds.

He would like his new family to consist of adults only and someone should be around all of the time while he finds his feet.

Eastern Daily Press: Sensitive soul Rocco, a two-year-old DobermannSensitive soul Rocco, a two-year-old Dobermann (Image: Dogs Trust)

Rocco would like a quiet home environment without too many people and he must live with another well-rounded dog in the home.

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A spokesman for Dogs Trust said: "Two-year-old Rocco is a sensitive soul who has been with us for longer than we'd like.

Eastern Daily Press: RoccoRocco (Image: Dogs Trust)

"He is looking for patient adopters who are happy to use positive reward-based training only to guide him in life as Rocco struggles with confrontation and has used aggression in the past to deal with his anxiety.

"Our behaviour team has worked hard to give him all the tools he needs to be successful in the home, including taking him for a sleepover where he lived with another dog and did so well.

"Rocco doesn't take long to make friends with someone."