A seven-year-old dog has been put up for adoption after being found with her owner who had died.

Tea the Great Dane is currently under the care of Dogs Trust Snetterton but is looking for a quiet retirement home.

Tea is described as "a true gentle giant" and "an absolute angel" who loves snoozing the day away, snuggling up for head scratches with her favourite people and playing with her teddy.

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Eastern Daily Press: She is described as a 'gentle giant' and 'an absolute angel'She is described as a 'gentle giant' and 'an absolute angel' (Image: Dogs Trust)

Eastern Daily Press: She loves snuggling up and lounging aroundShe loves snuggling up and lounging around (Image: Dogs Trust)

As an older girl for her breed, Tea does not require many walks and only needs enough garden space for gentle zoomies.

Because of the way she was found, not much is known about Tea's history.

Dogs Trust staff have decided she should be muzzled when out and about because she can get a little nervous around new people and dogs, but they think she is coping "brilliantly" with the change.

The charity says her forever home should have a garden with 5ft fencing and the oldest children in the family should be older teens who are keen on welcoming "a larger-than-life BFF" into their life.