Dogs Trust Basildon has shared five adorable pups in need of a new home this week, including a border collie named Ollie.

Lolly, a golden retriever cross

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Lolly is a three-and-a-half-year-old Retriever-Pomeranian cross and is a sweet girl with bundles of energy.

She is looking for an active home. Lolly can be very nervous when meeting new people but once she gets to know you and build a bond, she is very affectionate and playful.

Lolly is super clever and loves her training. She will need to be muzzled on her vet visits.

More info here.

Ollie, a border collie

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Ollie is looking for a home with no other pets, but he can have walking buddies to help him with his socialisation. He can be "over the top" with other dogs and does need to learn some manners.

The border collie can live with older teens of 14 plus who are used to bouncy dogs. He will need a private garden which he can potter around in, as he is a high-energy boy. Time alone must be built up slowly.

More info here.

Dolly, a Chihuahua cross

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Dolly is ready to find her forever home. She is a sweet girl but is nervous around new people, so she is looking for a home with older teens of 14 plus.

She would prefer to be the only dog in the home but can have calm walking buddies. Dolly has become distressed in kennels previously, so is looking for owners who can be around most of the time to begin with, and build up alone time slowly.

Dolly will need confidence-building and being taken out slowly, as she hasn’t been exposed to much of the world. She will need a private and secure garden to help her with housetraining and so she can have an outside space to potter around in.

She will need to meet her new family multiple times to build a bond before going home.

More info here.

Teddy T, a Yorkshire Terrier

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Teddy T is a 12-year-old Yorkie who came to the centre through no fault of his own. He is currently enjoying his time in foster with a "lovely" foster family.

He can be left alone for up to four hours, built up over time. He likes the idea of playing with toys but he prefers human attention and loves having his ears tickled.

Teddy T has had a couple of accidents indoors but, with training, that will improve. He loves his meat and tasty treats. He is a "sweet old gent" who will make the perfect companion for his new family.

More info here.

Hewey, a border collie

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Hewey is a two-year, two-month-old collie who came to the centre through no fault of his own. Being a collie means he is super smart and enjoys mental stimulation as well as being physical.

He can be vocal when left alone and is not used to the car, so this will need to be built up slowly with patience and training.

A little love and understanding will, in return, give you a very lovely and affectionate companion.

More info here.