These three dogs are all looking for new forever homes this month.

The Dogs Trust centre in Evesham serves as a temporary home for dogs who are in need of a new family.  

The three adorable pooches have their paws crossed that they will find a brand-new loving home soon.

Reg, Jack Russell Terrier, Age: 6-12 months

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Reg is described online as “a bundle of energy” requiring a loving family to help with the remainder of his training.

As a younger dog, he has lots of energy and loves to go on walks and adventures.

He is looking for a moderately busy home, where he can comfortably live with children around secondary-school age.

He would need to be the only pet at the property and will require a gradual journey until he can be left alone at home.

For more information on Reg, visit here.

Lilly, Crossbreed, Age:2-5 years

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Lilly is looking for a quiet home where she can relax and enjoy herself.

She can take a while to bond with new people but is incredibly lovely and affectionate once she gets to know you.

Lilly currently has no prior training, so she will be requiring a patient family to help her learn.

She has previous experience of being left alone for a couple of hours and would be happy with this being built up over time.

Lilly would be requiring a home with no children, where she can be the only pet in the house.  

For more information on Lilly, visit here.

Lewis, Collie Cross, Age: 8+

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Lewis is described by the Evesham Dogs Trust team as “a superstar in his own right”, with a host of tricks and talents he loves to show new people.

He takes a while to make new friends but is certain to make a new family very happy once he has found the right match.

Lewis is looking for a rural area, where he can spend his latter years enjoying the sights and smells of the countryside.

A secure garden away from roads or other noisy public spaces such as schools and parks would be ideal for Lewis.

A relaxed home environment with no more than two loving owners that can help him occupy his mind, and no other pets, would be needed.

He is exceptionally trained and can be left home alone for several hours at a time.

Lewis does have some ongoing medical conditions which will need to be considered by anyone looking to adopt him.

For more information about Lewis, visit here.

Manager at Dogs Trust Evesham, Chris Slight, said: “We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has supported us over the past year.

"The support of the dog-loving public means we can give our dogs everything they need all year round and make sure they have the best time possible whilst we get them ready to head off on new adventures with their forever families.

“Last year we rehomed 539 dogs and 2022 is already off to a waggy start, with Terrier Lucky being the first dog to pack his bags and head off to a new family.

“We have lots of other pooches looking for a loving new owner to make 2022 a year to remember.

"We’d urge anyone wanting to welcome a dog into their life this year to give a rescue dog a second chance and give a dog in need the home they truly deserve.”

If you would like to find out more about all the dogs waiting for their forever homes, visit here