Big-hearted South Yorkshire residents are being urged to consider giving lively pup Randy a loving home.
The 11-month-old crossbreed is in the care of staff at the RSPCA Sheffield Animal Centre in Attercliffe and staff are now urging potential new owners to come forward.
Adam Spencer, of the centre, said: “He came to us as his owner was unable to manage his care and wanted him to have the absolute best of life and all it has to offer. This huge pup still has much to learn and he finds kennel life quite stressful so currently he is finding it difficult to focus on his training.
“He misses the comfort of a loving home and we hope he can find a home quickly, he does love his playtime though, he enjoys chasing tennis balls but more than anything he absolutely adores people. Randy has grown up around dogs but he sometimes struggles to greet them nicely.
“He is looking for an experienced owner who will be happy to work with him to improve his social skills around other dogs. He is looking for a home where he can be the only dog so he can be relaxed and can gradually learn how to get it right with other dogs without any pressure.”
A home where any children are aged 14 or over is preferred. Anyone who can give Randy a home can contact the centre on 0114 2898050.