New owners are being sought for six friendly pups who were brought into a Scarborough rehoming centre.
The eight-week old puppies have been looked after at Cliff Top Kennels in Burniston since they were brought in by the dog warden aged just five weeks.
They are now old enough to be rehomed and are ready to start a new life with a loving owner.
The litter originally contained nine puppies - three males and six females - but three pups have since been rehomed, leaving five females and one male.
Their mother is believed to be a German Shepherd cross Labrador and the father a Husky or Akita type dog.
Kennel assistant Katie Glenwright (pictured) said: “When they came to us they were healthy pups - there was nothing wrong with them at all.
“They’re lovely dogs and very friendly. Their character will be different, depending on what sort of home they go to.”
Katie added that the kennels also currently has a Staffy, aged one to two years, and a whippet, aged five years, in need of a new home.
She said: “They are both friendly, family dogs.”
If you would like to find out more about rehoming any of these dogs, please call Cliff Top Kennels on (01723) 870456 to making an appointment for a viewing. More information and photographs are also available online at www.scarboroughdogs.org.uk
Anyone wishing to rehome one of the puppies will receive a free nine-week training package.