THIS "handsome" labrador crossbreed is looking for a forever home this Valentine's Day.

Harry, an energetic three-year-old Labrador crossbreed, is looking for his forever home at Dogs Trust Salisbury.

Handsome Harry is looking for a quiet, yet active, adult-only home, where he can continue his training, go for adventures in the countryside, and receive lots of love.

A sweet young pooch, Harry loves spending time with his favourite people, playing with toys, training, and having a zoom around.

Having recently discovered the game of tug, Harry would love a new family to play with.

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At the end of a long day, he goes and rests in his faithful armchair for a much-needed snooze.

Claire Rowe, Centre Manager at Dogs Trust Salisbury, said: "Harry is a wonderful and handsome lad, who is loved by all the staff and volunteers here at the centre.

"He is a larger-than-life character who is very clever – so working on his training is bound to be fun for both Harry and his new owner.

"We’ll be sad to see him go, but it is time this adorable dog finds a loving forever home."

While Harry enjoys spending time with known doggy friends, he can be quite boisterous in play and, pending successful mixes at the centre, could live with another calm dog that is understanding of his play style.

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In addition, Harry can be unsure about meeting new people and he would like to work on this in his new home, at his pace while out on walks. As such, Harry will need to wear a muzzle and be kept on lead in public spaces.

This bouncy lad can sometimes be strong on lead, so will need owners that are dedicated to his training and socialisation needs. Above all, Harry would love a secure garden with 6ft fencin for off-lead play and zoomies.

Harry will be a really rewarding companion for any family that can dedicate the time to him.

If you think that you could offer Harry a forever home, or find out more about any of the dogs available for rehoming at Dogs Trust Salisbury, go to