The Dogs Trust's oldest canine, 17-year-old Bobby, who is 119-years-old in human years, is looking for a new home.
The Jack Russell has found himself being cared for at the Dogs Trust Shrewsbury since his owner became ill and could no longer look after him.
But despite Bobby's old age, staff still believe he can make a great pet.
Thomas Livings, Assistant Manager at the Telford rehoming centre, says:
The Dogs Trust say that despite Bobby now only has two teeth and arthritis, that does not stop his appetite or his enthusiasm for a walk.
Sue Thomas, the rehoming centre's veterinary nurse, said:
Bobby is looking for an adult-only home but the charity say he can potentially live with other calm dogs and cats. The terrier is on daily medication which his owners will need to give him but veterinary costs will be covered by the Dog Trust's Shared Adoption Scheme.
If you think you could give Bobby the home he deserves, please call 0300 303 0292 or visit Dogs Trust Shrewsbury at Roden Lane Farm, Telford, Shropshire, TF6 6BP.