A six-month-old pup is "desperately seeking" a new home after his difficult start in life. 

Baymax was taken to the Dogs Trust in Snetterton as a result of an unplanned mating between a German Shepherd and a Siberian Husky. 

He has some medical issues and has previously had surgery on his eyes that may need further treatment as he grows. 

Dogs Trust said: "Baymax has had an unsettled start to life but he certainly hasn't let that affect his wonderful character. He is of a gentle, friendly nature, really quite calm for his age. 

"He is desperately seeking his forever home."

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Eastern Daily Press: Baymax needs help in building up his confidenceBaymax needs help in building up his confidence (Image: Dogs Trust)Due to his sociable nature he has the potential to live with another dog, but any children in his new home would need to be aged eight or older. 

Baymax isn't used to being away from his foster carer and so would need an owner who can keep him company for the majority of the day. 

Although he is in the process of learning his basic commands and travels comfortably in cars, he would also need his new family to be able to continue with his training. 

For information you can contact Dogs Trust in Snetterton on 0303 003 0000.