COULD you be the family Freddie is looking for?

Dogs Trust Merseyside say the two-year-old Crossbreed has had a tough time and is patiently waiting to find a new forever home.

This is the second time Freddie has found himself at the rehoming centre.

He was originally found as a stray and headed off to a loving home, but sadly due to a change in circumstances he has found himself back at Dogs Trust Merseyside.

Georgina Lowery, a manager at the animal welfare charity, said: “Freddie is a gorgeous boy who is very sweet and loves a cuddle.

"He was a much-loved dog, and we are confident he will settle back into life at the heart of a home very quickly so we’re just hoping he doesn’t have to wait too long.

"He will be a great addition to a family as he loves to play, particularly with a tennis ball, and he is also very clever so loves to learn.

"He already knows how to sit, down, stay, wait, give both paws and fetch!"

Freddie could happily live with older teenagers, but he will need to be the only pet in the home.

He will need a little more help learning how to behave around other dogs when he’s out and about but with some tasty treats the team are certain he’ll soon get the hang of doggie etiquette.

If you think you could be the forever family Freddie is looking for, please call 0151 3181339 or go to