The RSPCA is searching for a forever home for a "bright" and "beautiful" boy.

Blaze is a two-year-old Siberian Husky who was taken to the RSPCA Suffolk Central Branch in Martlesham by an inspector when his previous owners could no longer look after him.

The grey and white husky has brilliant blue eyes and is a young and energetic boy who loves to play and run around the garden.

"He enjoys meeting new people, making friends on walks and exploring new places," reads his information on the RSPCA website.

Ipswich Star: Blaze is intelligent and knowns many commandsBlaze is intelligent and knowns many commands (Image: RSPCA Suffolk Central Branch)

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"He is a super intelligent boy and already knows so many commands, so we're positive he will learn anything thrown his way quickly!"

Blaze does lack some manners in certain situations, such as greeting other dogs and walking nicely on the lead, but guidance from his new owners and the team at the RSCPA will help him learn appropriate behaviours so that he can grow into his best self.

The rescue centre believes that Blaze would be well-suited to a young, active family with children aged 8 and over, who are looking to add a four-legged companion to their adventures in life.

Anyone interested in meeting Blaze should contact RSPCA Suffolk Central Branch to find out more.