These seven adorable dogs housed at the Darlington Dogs Trust have been stuck in kennels longer than any of their canine friends.

All seven are looking for their forever homes, and have been up for adopting longer than any others at the Darlington centre.

They all want to find a new family who will give them unconditional love.

Take a look at the list below...


Darlington and Stockton Times: Milo.Milo. (Image: DOGS TRUST)

Milo, a male Beagle aged between 2-5 years, is an active lad on a quest for a compatible family that can offer plenty of exercise.

Described as a cheeky young dog, Milo requires someone around until he settles into his new home.

He can live with teenagers aged 14 and above, appreciates a game with his toys, and is food-motivated which could aid in training.


Darlington and Stockton Times: Kira.Kira. (Image: DOGS TRUST)

Kira, a Belgian Shepherd Dog Cross female of about 6-12 months, is another sweet soul longing for a dedicated family who can continue with her training.

She enjoys human company and is fit for cohabitation with another dog.

She makes an ideal choice for families with older teens, who would not be intimidated by her energy levels.


Darlington and Stockton Times: Greg.Greg. (Image: DOGS TRUST)

Next up is the shy yet sweet Greg.

This small crossbreed, between 2-5 years, craves a quiet home with no other pets or children.

Greg has a sensitive side and would be happier in a setting where he could enjoy his meals in peace and have off-lead fun in a garden.


Darlington and Stockton Times: Loki.Loki. (Image: DOGS TRUST)

Loki is a 5-7-year-old male Siberian Husky who needs a stable, pet-free, and child-free home owing to his rough past.

The strong yet sensitive lad is prone to unease around unfamiliar faces but can gradually warm up to his people.


Darlington and Stockton Times: Zelda.Zelda. (Image: DOGS TRUST)

Zelda, a female crossbreed aged between 2-5 years, is seeking a quiet home where she can indulge in her toys and play fetch.

She prefers an adult-only company and an environment where the routine is predictable, owing to her initial reticence with new people.


Darlington and Stockton Times: Trixie.Trixie. (Image: DOGS TRUST)

Trixie, aged between 5-7 years and a Lurcher Cross, is a playful pooch looking for a tranquil home where she can settle in with someone present most of the day.

She can live with teenagers aged sixteen or above.

Trixie is known for her gentleness and is eager for training to master the basics.


Darlington and Stockton Times: Mia.Mia. (Image: DOGS TRUST)

Finally, there's Mia, a female Beagle aged 2-5 years, who's on a quest for a family where she could work on her confidence.

Mia, known for her love for toys and propensity for adventure, prefers to relax by herself after playtime.

She needs an adult-only home and would like to keep all home comforts to herself.