Can you help Dog's Trust find a loving family for this adorable pup?
The one-year-old Crossbreed has been waiting at the Rehoming Centre for six weeks but so far hasn’t been able to melt their special someone’s heart.
She found herself at the Rehoming Centre through no fault of her own and is now crossing her paws in the hope that she can tempt a new owner to walk through the doors and give her a new beginning this Easter.
Rebecca Baker, Dogs Trust Bridgend Rehoming Centre Assistant Manager, says, “Oreo is a really sweet girl and we don’t understand why she hasn’t caught anyone’s eye yet.
"She can be quite sensitive and does get nervous around new people so will need a quiet, patient home to give her time to settle in and adjust.
"Despite her initially wariness, she’s a really happy girl and mixes well with other dogs so could live with the right dog in her new home.
“We’ve been doing a lot of reward-based training with Oreo so her new owners will need to be prepared to continue with this to help her develop into a more confident dog.
"She really will satisfy someone’s craving for a canine companion as long as they are happy to be patient and give her the space she needs initially.”
Oreo doesn’t cope well being left on her own for long periods of time so would need owners who are around for most of the day.
If Oreo has proved irresistible to you, please call Dogs Trust Bridgend on 0300 303 0292 or visit the Rehoming Centre at Court Colman farm, Pen-y-Fai, Bridgend, CF31 4NG.