Just beautiful! Can you give Marvellous May a new home?
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May the four-year-old lurcher cross is looking for a new home.
She is described as 'beautiful to look at' and an animal who enjoys plenty of attention and fuss.
But what marvellous May is looking for most of all is a new home.
The four-year-old lurcher cross, who is currently being looked after at Dogs Trust's Snetterton rehoming centre, has many advantages to a new owner.
MORE: Young at heart! Can you give Benji the dog a new home?A spokesman for the charity said May 'adores people and being around them', adding: 'She just loves attention and fuss.
'Beautiful to look at, May likes going on her walks and she's very good travelling in the car.
'May is looking for a patient adopter who can be at home with her for the majority of the time to begin with, as she loves human company.
MORE: Make sure your dog's microchip is up-to-date, animal shelter warns'She is looking to be the only pet in the home and could live with children that are eight years and up.
'May will make an excellent companion and loyal friend - could you give this pretty girl a second chance?'
MORE: Long-term Dogs Trust Snetterton lodger Bonnie has found her forever homeAnyone interested in giving May a new home should call 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. It has a non-destruction policy and will never put a healthy dog to sleep.