Super friendly Finn from Harefield has 'gorgeous eyes' and needs a new home - can you help?

 Hillingdon is Here is teaming up with Harefield-based charity The Dogs Trust to tell readers more about the centre's work and to publicise some of the pets which are in need of a new loving home.

Each month, we will be publishing profiles of a dog looking for a fresh start.

This time it's Finn, who is 2 years old. Read on for more information.




Name: Finn

Age: 2 Years Old

Colour and breed: Tan – Lurcher with some Saluki characteristics

Key information: Finn is dog friendly and could live with another dog. He does need some training but loves his treats so will work for food. He loves toys and games and has bundles of energy. Once he gets to know you he loves to give cuddles.

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Why should a reader consider adopting him? Because he is a lovely, lively dog who is super playful and loves his toys

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What kind of character is he? He is such a beautiful boy, he loves his walks, loves to play and be active. Finn can be a little insecure due to his past so needs a

kind, patient adult owner who will give him the space and time to settle and relax

Nicknames: Finny, Fin-Fin

Favourite food/drink: Finn loves all his treats and food


What do people first notice about him or her? His gorgeous eyes

Funny stories about him? Finn is a nosy parker, who just loves to sit at the window and watch the world go by – which is why he loves being out in the car

Favourite game/activity to do at the trust: Finn absolutely loves to play with soft, cuddly toys

What do the trust's staff love most about him and why? How playful he is

If he was a film star who would she be and why?! Paul Newman because of his gorgeous eyes!

If readers are interested in finding out more and meeting him, what should they do?

They can visit Finn at our Harefield centre

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