MEET Milo and Storm, Dogs Trust's adorable dogs of the month who are looking for new homes in Salisbury.

Eight-year-old Storm is a handsome husky in need of a home where he can receive a lot of love and affection.

"Friendly" Storm loves playing with his soft and fluffy toys and going on leisurely strolls at a gentle pace.

Described as a "super sweet boy", Storm adores the company of human friends, and prefers them to other dogs, he can live with children over 10 years old and although he is happy to greet dogs whilst out and about, he would much rather be the only pet in the home.

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Milo on the other hand is a two-year-old trail hound described as an "energetic lad."

He is on the lookout for an experienced, adult-only home with owners who have a keen interest in training.

Milo is a very sociable chap, enjoying the company of humans and other dogs, he has the potential to live with other dogs if successful introductions are made at Dogs Trust Salisbury.

Prospective new owners will have to take things slow with Milo, as he tends to get worried sometimes, potential owners will initially have to visit him four to six times over two weeks in order to build up a bond with the little lad.

Charity Dogs Trust is the UK's largest dog welfare charity, with an emphasis on their non-destruction policy.

Their main goal is to work "towards the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction." 

Anyone interested in rehoming Milo or Storm can go to

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