FIVE pups being cared for at kennels in Scarborough are looking for a new home.
The eight-week old puppies, three girls and two boys, were taken to Coppergate Kennels, Cloughton, by a local RSPCA inspector.
Director Lyndsay Craxford said: “They came in a week ago and they’re lovely.
“They’ve settled in well and are very friendly and affectionate.”
She added that when the pups are rehomed they will all go out vaccinated and microchipped. The kennels will also provide a neutering voucher.
Miss Craxford added: “Having a puppy is a big responsibility, so a good home could be with an experienced owner or someone who has never had a dog before, but understands that responsibility.”
If you would like to offer a home to one of these pups, please call the RSPCA on (01723) 369804 to arrange a home visit.