The RSPCA in Sheffield is looking for a new home for a dog placed in kennels following the death of his owner.
Max, described as a well behaved cross breed, is being cared for at the RSPCA’s animal centre in Attercliffe.
Staff and volunteers caring for the dog believe the four-year-old would adapt to most homes.
Animal Care Supervisor Vykki Whelan said: “Max isn’t bothered by much. He is a quite well rounded chap but can be a little nervous with unknown people.
“Max is one of many animals who arrives at the centre through no fault of their own.
“If you believe that you can provide a home for Max then please contact the centre.
“Max would fit well into most homes. He is a very loving and generally well behaved lad.
“He seems to enjoy the company of other dogs, so a home with a canine companion may be a possibility if a meeting goes well here at the centre.
“Max may be okay with children around eight years old, although we may consider a home with slightly younger children if they are used to being around dogs.”
The RSPCA is running its ‘Give A Dog A Home’ campaign to find forever homes for unwanted or neglected dogs and those whose owners are unable to care for them.
To find out more about Max call 0114 2898050.