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Laska – 3 year old female Boxer cross American Bulldog

Laska is a 3 year old female boxer cross American bulldog, who is housetrained and very lovable! Laska is a proper cuddle monster who will make a truly fantastic companion for a boxer/bull breed savvy family. She’s a bit of a comedian who wants to say hello to everyone she meets – her tail never stops wagging! […]

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Jimmy Todd – 7-9 year old male Jack Russell Cross

Jimmy Todd is a Terrier cross, possibly Jack Russell with a Spaniel type. At present, he is currently living with 15 other dogs of various age, sex, size, temperament and breed. This chap is a very well mannered individual and enjoys spending his time relaxing. When a lead is presented, he does not hesitate to […]

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Waldo – 2 year old male Ibizan Hound (Podenco)

Waldo is a stunning boy he is fun, loving and affectionate, who would love his own family. He is a two year old Podenco. Waldo has such a great character and huge heart! He has so much to give to the right home, he will always make you smile. Ideally Waldo’s home will be someone who […]

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Holly – 11 year old female Collie Cross

Holly is an 11 year old Collie Cross, possibly with some sighthound in the mix, who came into Oldies Club care after the arrival of a baby in her previous family. She is in an Oldies Club foster home in Faversham, Kent, waiting for someone to offer her a permanent home. Holly settled at her […]

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Hopi – 6 month old female Ibizan Hound (Podenco)

Hopi is a stunning small rough-coated Podenco (Ibizan Hound), who is around 6 months old. Little Podenco. Hopi was rescued from the pound in Benidorm, Spain where she was dumped because she was deaf and therefore no longer useful as a hunting dog. Hopi was found in a terrible state, but is now a healthy […]

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Cody – 3 year old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Dachshund

Pretty Cody was originally rehomed due to health issues within her family and got a fabulous home with another family who have a dog already and now Cody and the dog just dont get on. She is a loving little girl who would suit a quiet home as she is gentle and loving. Cuddles all day would suit Cody down the the ground. When Cody had to leave her first home, this was a blessing in disguise for Cody as the home life was inadequate. Cody was kept muzzled in the garden and when she was allowed in the house, she was put into a crate as the family claimed that she chewed everything. The owners said that Odie had chewed through her lead and collar – which had not been replaced – and so it was unclear how long it had been since she had gone out for a walk. Odie was also meant to have chewed through cables and had to have an operation on her stomach due to eating something she should not have.

However, since she has been in her second and current home, Cody has not chewed anything and has not been crated at all. Unfortunately there has been a lasting effect from her previous treatment as Odie suffers with separation anxiety when left, fully understandable after being left muzzled outside for hours at a time! We know that in the right home with the patience of loving owners this will get better and she will get her confidence back and realise she isnt going to be left on her own again. Cody will therefore need someone who is at home the majority of the time and be an only dog as this is why she cannot stay with her new family and they are very sad because they would love to keep her, however, they already own two Jack Russells and its not working at all.

Since Cody has been with her adoptive family, she has gained weight and her coat has a lovely glossy shine and they want to see her go to a loving new family. He is in a foster home in Stratford on Avon, vaccinated, wormed, flea treated, spayed and microchipped. Adoption Fee: £135

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Dukie – 3 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Dukie needs a Staffordshire Bull Terrier family who don’t place very high expectations on him. He is generally good around dogs but occasionally gets nervous and shows his lack of confidence. Dukie needs an only pet status and awareness around dogs outside; he will then go from strength to strength. Dukie is good around visiting children and could live with older children. We are looking for stability and security for Dukie, who has been around the block.

Dukie apparently moved from home to home around an estate. He was found stray more than once and the last time no one claimed him. Dukie was known to be good with children. He waited many months in a pound until we could take him. Dukie was homed for two months but was returned to us after an incident with another dog. Dukie is neutered, chipped and fully vaccinated. He is currently in kennels in Chessington.

Dukie wins everyone’s heart and becomes the talk of the town. He is great with people, children, visitors, and yes, you do get the sense he has seen an awful lot of life in a very short time. Dukie meets dogs well and can enjoy their company but he isn’t ‘bombproof’ and needs to be managed to ensure he doesn’t get nervous. He plays with other dogs well and builds friendships but needs to be an only pet to given him stability for the first time in his life. Dukie is housetrained and command trained. He knows how to perform for his treats.

Dukie is a three year old brindle Staffordshire Bull Terrier boy who deserves to be given a chance to succeed. He is lovely and versatile. Dukie is relaxed in the home environment and delights in training. He loves to run and would prefer a low dog density area just to give him a chance to build up his confidence. With owner awareness Dukie will be able to build up a doggie friends list. Dukie is a smasher; we all love him to bits!

Interested in homing Dukie?

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Please note that this dog is currently in boarding kennels and is also available to foster until a ‘forever home’ is found.

Please visit Dukie’s thread on our forum to find out whether he is still available. For full details and daily updates on all our dogs available for homing, click our forum link. Dukie is also featured on http://www.staffierescue.co.uk

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Bruno – 6 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

Bruno deserves a stable family who has his interests in mind and who will include him in the heart of family activities. Bruno would enjoy a secure garden and an exit management process to ensure he doesn’t inadvertently become stray again. Bruno is the perfect dog for an only pet status, and in the right hands, may stretch further.

Bruno was found wandering a park and his owner feigned no knowledge of him. We went out of our way to ensure his safety and never regretted it as he is an excellent dog who is loved by all. Bruno is neutered and chipped and is being vaccinated.

Bruno – hearts aglow! Bruno is a smart, well mannered, easy boy who delights in meeting you; he loves to accompany you on your walks and acts almost as a guide, but also ever so much as your companion. Bruno is easy to handle and manage; he is attentive to direction and attempts to be clean in his kennel. Bruno travels well.

Bruno is a red Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross with a black muzzle; there may be a touch of English Bull Terrier in his ancestry. He is slender of frame and leggy, which means he so enjoys a run. Bruno has a special trick of balancing two tennis balls in his mouth; he shows off his party trick – where he finds the two balls from is a mystery, but he always seems to! Bruno could be a first time dog owner’s dog or a Staffordshire Bull Terrier owner’s dog, special boy!

Interested in homing Bruno?

Please click to complete our online homing questionnaire so we can match you with a dog that suits your lifestyle.

Please visit Bruno’s thread on our forum to find out whether he is still available. For full details and daily updates on all our dogs available for homing, click our forum link. Bruno is also featured on http://www.staffierescue.co.uk

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Gabe – 6 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Gabe needs a quiet life within the heart of his family. He will probably prefer to be an only pet; we haven’t assessed his fluency with another dog within a home. Gabe would enjoy a garden to relax in and could be left during four hour periods for a working family. We are unsure if he would like to live with young children; perhaps he would do better with older children who are respectful of his needs. Gabe has been through a recovery period from a benign lump removal on his side.

Gabe was found tied up to a tree in a park and was unclaimed. He has a slight issue with his hips but two vets have examined him and said his condition is mild and no further treatment is necessary. He is on cod liver oil to aid his joints. Gabe waited seven months for a Rescue place and arrived with us in July; he is very loved. Gabe is now neutered, chipped and fully vaccinated. He is currently in kennels near Godstone, Surrey.

Gabe is a Babe. He is a little hand shy to the loving touch but enjoys being stroked and cuddled. Gabe walks fine near other dogs and tends to ignore them; he is happy to run around and would enjoy off-lead exercise in secure area. Gabe is a very quiet boy who you can’t help but continually check up on he finds a patch of sun and lies there, enjoying the peace. Gabe walks at a fair pace with his little jaunty stride. He is happy to meet and greet, and seeks affection despite his reservations with fast movements.

Gabe is a black Staffordshire Bull Terrier with unusual one up – one down ears. Gabe has a lot of fun, despite his serious exterior. He enjoys gentle touch and will sit leaning against you, starring up into your eyes as his Staffordshire Bull Terrier smile gleams forth. A dear, dear soul.

Interested in homing Gabe?

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Please note that this dog is currently in boarding kennels and is also available to foster until a ‘forever home’ is found.

Please visit Gabe’s thread on our forum to find out whether he is still available. For full details and daily updates on all our dogs available for homing, click our forum link.

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Syrus – 7 year old male Staffrdshire Bull Terrier Cross

Syrus’ life is about children and isn’t about dogs. He gets concerned around off-lead dogs and needs a secure garden with a six-foot panelled fence in which to relax. Syrus needs a dog experienced family who recognise he needs ‘baby steps’ to help him to settle outside. He is getting this help in foster. Syrus needs an only pet status. He can be left but will initially protest – he then settles. Syrus is a great people dog in every way.

Syrus was raised with babies and very young children; he then moved in with a family who had three young children and twins on the way. Family commitments meant that they didn’t have time for Syrus. Syrus has settled into foster in a flat as an only pet and has regular walks in a high dog density area. Syrus is neutered, chipped and vax’d.

Syrus is Syrup in his home. Syrus’ life has always been about young children and he is fully trustworthy with the rough and tumble of little children’s antics. Syrus is chilled having an owner around most of the day and has gradually built his tolerance to being left. He no longer chews and enjoys his ‘best mate’ status as a single dog in the home; he has so many skills that his forever family will benefit from.

Syrus is a longer legged Staffrdshire Bull Terrier; a brindle baby who is all heart. Syrus was seven years old on July 1st. He is softer than soft in temperament. His life has been about being a canine friend to ‘his’ many children: to smile, lick, cuddle up to, and to delight the children when he ‘Sits’, ‘Lies down’, and ‘Stays’ at their command. He needs his new family now.

Interested in homing Syrus?

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To find out whether this dog is still available, please visit Syrus’ thread on our forum. For full details and daily updates on all our dogs available for homing, click our forum link.

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Riley – 5 year old male German Shepherd Dog

This is the gorgeous Riley a German Shepherd Dog how is our rescue’s name sake. He has been estimated to be 5 years old but we think he may be a bit younger than that? Riley was found wandering as a stray and and ended up in a pound. Despite Riley’s ordeal he is a very lovely, laid back boy with impeccable manners. He loves his walks and his recall is good he does tend to pull initially but this is with excitement and he soon settles down. Riley is good with people – although he does have his favourites. Because Riley was picked up as a stray and we do not have any history for him we will only consider homing him with older children of 14 years and above.

Riley has not shown any aggression toward other dogs whilst out, even meeting other smaller dogs in the vets he showed no interest in them. Riley is not cat tested.

If you feel that you can offer Riley his Forever Home please get in touch with us and fill out one of our on-line adoption form in our website.

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