Animal welfare experts are appealing for a home for Teddy, a bubbly one-year-old terrier cross.
Teddy, who is in the care of Dogs Trust West Calder, is a friendly boy who enjoys playing fetch in the garden and spending time with those he loves.
His carers say he is a happy lad likes being active and loves nothing better than a long walk through the woods.
He can be wary of strangers so prefers to walk in quiet, peaceful areas away from other dogs and people.
He enjoys his time best when he is playing with his toys, munching on some hotdogs or having a little snooze on the couch.
A spokesperson from Dogs Trust said: â€śTeddy has a lot of energy and likes being on the go and learning new things.
He is a very clever boy and has picked up agility training well at the rehoming centre.
He has also experienced clicker training techniques to teach him new commands and tricks. He would benefit from an owner who would enjoy continuing his training.
â€śTeddy can get a little worried when he is left at home himself. He is looking for someone who can be at home most of the day initially to help him settle into his new routine and build up confidence for when he is left alone.
â€śHe would be best suited to an adult only home in a quiet rural location and would like to be the only pet in the home. Teddy would benefit from sensible and experienced owners.
â€śHe is such a clever and loving boy who will make a fantastic companion in the right home.â€ť
If you think you can offer Teddy or any of the other 50 dogs at the rehoming centre a home, please contact us on 01506 873459.
Sunday, August 26, is the centreâ€™s annual fun day at West Lothian College in Livingston. The charity are appealing for tombola prizes for the event.