If you are searching for a new four-legged friend, look no further than these pooches at Dogs Trust in Snetterton who are hoping to find their forever homes.   

1. Murray

Eastern Daily Press: Murray is a one-year-old golden retriever Murray is a one-year-old golden retriever (Image: Dogs Trust)

A loveable boy, Murray is a sweet puppy who adores being around people and other dogs.

He loves a fuss and zooming around in big fields and gardens.

Despite being a bit shy at first, once he has settled in he will be a perfect addition to any household. 

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2. Summit

Eastern Daily Press: Summit is a two-year-old border collieSummit is a two-year-old border collie (Image: Dogs Trust)

Summit is a sweet boy who is very clever and adventurous and loves having a runaround. 

He can be wary of new people and therefore will need new owners who can allow him space and provide an active lifestyle that will help him learn and grow.

He will be at his best as the only dog in an adult-only home - with an enclosed garden with at least 6ft fencing as he enjoys a runaround but can jump very high.

3. Thor

Eastern Daily Press: Thor is a two-year-old German shepherd husky crossThor is a two-year-old German shepherd husky cross (Image: Dogs Trust)

Thor is a big and bouncy German shepherd cross who is always up for cuddles and affection. 

He is a sweet boy who loves being around other dogs and people and would be at his happiest running around in a secure garden.

He is quite the socialite and is never shy but will need someone to keep him company while he settles into his forever home. 

4. Freddy

Eastern Daily Press: Freddy is a one-year-old AkitaFreddy is a one-year-old Akita (Image: Dogs Trust)

Freddy is a delightful, gentle soul ready to fill his forever home with love and laughter.

Everybody at Dogs Trust has fallen in love with him and he has been described as a charming bundle of joy who is housetrained and has perfected walking on a lead. 

Freddy loves humans but would ideally adore a home with older teens as the family's youngest members. 

5. Dina

Eastern Daily Press: Dina is a two year-old patterdale terrier Dina is a two year-old patterdale terrier (Image: Dogs Trust)

Ambitious and full of beans, Dina has a lot of love to give.

Once she has formed a bond, she will be your best friend and loves a good snuggle.

As she can find strangers and dogs a bit scary, she needs a home to manage her around these needs. 

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6. Max B 

Eastern Daily Press: Max B is a beagle who is over eight years oldMax B is a beagle who is over eight years old (Image: Dogs Trust)

This friendly beagle loves everybody he meets and is happy to snooze until you start your day.

He likes calm walks on a lead and going out for a drive in the car with his family, who can be of primary school age and older.

Max is fully housetrained, very enthusiastic and loves a fuss.

7. Amber

Eastern Daily Press: Amber is a one-year-old short-haired Dachsund Amber is a one-year-old short-haired Dachsund (Image: Dugs Trust)

Despite being shy at first, Amber is a friendly girl who loves being as close to people as possible. 

She is one year old and would love to be the only dog in the home - but enjoys meeting up with other pooches out and about.

This dachshund would find her ideal forever home with a secure garden to run around in and children of secondary school age or older.