Are you looking for a new four-legged friend?

Here are five pooches at the Dogs Trust rehoming centre in Snetterton who are looking for a new Norfolk home. 

1) Marmalade

Eastern Daily Press: Eight-year-old MarmaladeEight-year-old Marmalade (Image: Dogs Trust)

Marmalade is a sweet, friendly eight-year-old Staffy cross Pug who adores people and loves a fuss.

After a walk she loves to curl up with her owner on the sofa for a cuddle.

She could share a home with children older than 12 years old but would need to be the only dog.

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2) Rodney

Eastern Daily Press: Rodney the LurcherRodney the Lurcher (Image: Dogs Trust)

Rodney is an energetic one-year-old Lurcher looking to learn some new skills.

A big puppy at heart, he has had a lot of change in his short life and is looking for a home that can offer him some consistency and routine.

He could live with other dogs pending a successful meet and in a home with secondary school-aged children.

3) Stanley

Eastern Daily Press: Stanley the Staffordshire Bull terrierStanley the Staffordshire Bull terrier (Image: Dogs Trust)

Stanley is a lovely seven-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross.

He is a very friendly pup who loves meeting new people, going on new walks and playing fetch.

He would be fine living with primary and secondary school children.

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4) Nanook

Eastern Daily Press: Nanook the AkitaNanook the Akita (Image: Dogs Trust)

Nanook is a gorgeous eight-year-old Akita who was found as a stray.

He is a friendly boy who enjoys saying hello but likes his own space and to go for an explore.

He is ready to thrive in an Akita-loving home but needs to be the only dog as he can find it challenging seeing other pets.

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5) Dina

Eastern Daily Press: Dina the Patterdale terrierDina the Patterdale terrier (Image: Dogs Trust)

Ambitious and full of beans, Dina is one of Snetterton's oldest residents and 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.