A SHY boy with lots of love to give is hoping to find a forever home after spending several months at a rehoming centre.

Four-year-old pointer-cross Rango arrived at the the Dogs Trust Darlington’s Sadberge rehoming centre in August 2018.

His canine carers have described him as a dog who takes his time getting to know new people, but once he forms a bond, he adores cuddles and lots of attention.

A spokesman for the charity said: “Handsome, lively Rango has lots of energy to burn and really enjoys his playtime, as well as having a good old run around.

“He is a clever boy who loves his treats and will happily show off his many skills for a tasty reward.

“Rango is looking for dedicated and experienced owners who have the time and patience to help him settle into his new home environment.”

Anyone interested in adopting Rango will need to visit the centre to build a relationship with him and help his transition into a new home.

He is one of more than 80 dogs currently looking for a home at the centre. Anyone interested in rehoming Rango should contact the site to arrange a visit by calling 01325-333114.