A dog is hoping 2024 will be the year he finds his forever home after spending more than 400 days at Dogs Trust Snetterton.

Hogie, a two-year-old German Shepherd Cross, arrived at the centre in November 2022 and, after 419 days, has not yet found a new family.

The staff at Dogs Trust have described Hogie as "a lovely boy with a fun and bubbly personality".

Eastern Daily Press: He would like a home with a garden and no other dogsHe would like a home with a garden and no other dogs (Image: Dogs Trust)

He loves to cuddle up with his favourite people and "has an abundance of love to offer".

Hogie would love a home with a secure garden where he can play plenty of fetch and would prefer a home with older teenagers and no other dogs.

Kelly Smith, rehoming centre manager at Dogs Trust Snetterton, said: "Hogie is a lovely boy with a fun and bubbly personality.

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"He loves fetching a ball, learning new things, and splashing around in water.

"With the right match, Hogie has the potential to be an excellent addition to the right home." 

"After spending 419 days in our care, we really hope that 2024 is the year Hogie finds his forever and loving home."