Rescue dog Tizzy is looking for a new loving home after being cared for at the RSPCA in Sheffield.
The pretty black and tan crossbreed is about six years old, and has no known health issues.
According to RSPCA Sheffield branch animal care manager Tony Benham, Tizzy is a very friendly pooch once she has got over her initial shyness.
“Tizzy is a fantastic dog who is yearning to give a new family or person her love and to bring them fun times and happiness,” said Tony.
“She likes to suss out her situation and then settle down to a nice routine and plenty of cuddles.
“Once settled, she loves company and she adores being out and about exploring and living life to the full.
“We would prefer, if Tizzy’s new home has children, for them to be over the age of 10 so that they can support her and allow her to settle in her own time because of her shy and timid nature.”
RSPCA staff say Tizzy will need a minimum of two lots of 30-minute walks per day, as well as stimulated play time when possible, and activities to keep her mind active.
The centre will advise and form an agreement plan with any new owners as part of the adoption process.
Tony added: “Tizzy’s past may be poor but, with a new owner, her future could be really rich.
“She is sweet-natured, full of fun and a real-people pleaser.”
For more information, or to visit Tizzy, contact the RSPCA Sheffield branch on Stadium Way in Attercliffe on 0114 289 8050.