Can you give beautiful Boris a second chance at happiness?
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A dog who loves exploring the countryside is looking for someone to give him a second chance at happiness with a new home.
Boris is a four-year-old Beagle who loves playing with his four-legged friends, exploring the countryside and – true to his breed – enjoys sniffing out a scent trail.
A spokesman for Dogs Trust Snetterton, where he is currently based, said: 'Due to him not having a great start in life, he arrived at the rehoming centre quite worried - but his canine carers have been working hard with him to boost his confidence and he's starting to come out of his shell.
'This sweet soul is looking for a patient adopter who can create a bond with him and give him the second chance at happiness that he deserves. Boris would benefit from continued positive training to increase his confidence further.
'A fan of canine chums, Boris would like to sniff out an adult-only home with a doggy friend to teach him the ways and have a play mate.
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'Boris will make a wonderful companion if given the space and time.'
If you think you can give Boris a home, call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 0300 303 0292 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk for more information.
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Dogs Trust is the UK's leading dog welfare charity and has a network of 20 rehoming centres in the UK and one in Dublin.
The charity cares for around 15,000 stray, unwanted and abandoned dogs each year.
Dogs Trust has a non-destruction policy, and will never put a healthy dog to sleep.