Quincey is an 12 week old cutie, who is on the look out for his forever family. He could live children aged 10 and over as loud noises he can find a little spooky, due to being blind. Though this certainly doesn’t stop him and his is a full of fun little pooch. He will need all the basic training which he has started in his foster home continuing with his new family. Quincey could live with another playful pooch or would be equally as happy with walking pals to show him the way. (Credit: Dogs Trust)Quincey is an 12 week old cutie, who is on the look out for his forever family. He could live children aged 10 and over as loud noises he can find a little spooky, due to being blind. Though this certainly doesn’t stop him and his is a full of fun little pooch. He will need all the basic training which he has started in his foster home continuing with his new family. Quincey could live with another playful pooch or would be equally as happy with walking pals to show him the way. (Credit: Dogs Trust)
Quincey is an 12 week old cutie, who is on the look out for his forever family. He could live children aged 10 and over as loud noises he can find a little spooky, due to being blind. Though this certainly doesn’t stop him and his is a full of fun little pooch. He will need all the basic training which he has started in his foster home continuing with his new family. Quincey could live with another playful pooch or would be equally as happy with walking pals to show him the way. (Credit: Dogs Trust) | Dogs Trust

Dogs Trust: Nine charming dogs and puppies looking for a forever home in the North East

Here are the North East dogs looking for a forever home.

Dogs Trust Darlington currently have 52 gorgeous dogs and puppies up for adoption.

The North East centre is looking for lovely people to care and provide the adorable creatures with a second chance and loving home.

Here are the nine adorable pups searching for a forever home.

Here are the nine adorable pups searching for a forever home.

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