Staff at Dogs Trust Shoreham say Tyler adores spending time with people, receiving a fuss and relaxing in their company.
They say he has a big heart and he is more than ready to settle into a forever home.
Tyler will need understanding owners who can allow him to take life at his own pace. He will need to be the only pet in a multiple-person household, so there is always someone there to keep him company.
The youngest members of his family should be aged at least 16 and there needs to be a private, enclosed garden, as well as a room for Tyler, where he can be shut away when visitors arrive.
Trainers at the rehoming centre said the new family will need to continue with training and confidence building. Tyler will also need help with his weight-loss journey.
Contact Dogs Trust Shoreham on 01273 915100. The Brighton Road rehoming centre is not open for public browsing but you can make an appointment to adopt or take a dog to the charity.
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