A DOG rescued from a puppy farm is on the hunt for a new home.

Gloria, a cane corso, was saved three years ago and has been housed by the SSPCA ever since.

But, the "extremely shy" puppy is now seeking a forever home of her own.

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She's looking for an adult only, pet free house with an owner who has a lot of time to dedicate to her socialisation due to her timid nature.

Gloria would benefit from a large, enclosed garden and an experienced owner is will be patient with her.

The "cheeky and playful" pooch is unsure of men and prefers women.

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Her lucky new owner is asked to commit to visiting a couple of times a week to allow her to build up a relationship with them.

Superintendent Sharon Comrie said: “Once she gets to know you, she has a very cheeky and playful side and she loves a belly rub.

“She is a lovely dog. She just needs that special someone to show her love and help build her confidence, and she can become the loyal and adoring pet she was meant to be."

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Anyone who can offer Gloria a home should contact the Scottish SPCA on 03000 999 999.