Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Chico – 9 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier

My name is Chico, I’m a Staffordshire Bull Terrier boy aged 9 years old. I came into rescue with my best friend Jodie after our owner passed away. I have big brown eyes and a lovely smooth chocolate coat. I am a very lovable, steady boy in need of a new home. I am good with dogs and all people, little and large! I am lonely here in the kennels, Jodie has already gone to her new home but I am still waiting. I would really love to be snuggled up in front of a fire this Christmas.


Bobby – 6 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier

My name is Bobby, I am a 6 year old tan Staffordshire Bull Terrier boy. I originally came to Carla Lane Animals in Need as a stray, the dog warden collected me and after spending 7 days at the council kennels I was up for destruction, because my owner didn’t claim me. I was in a state, starved and in need of some TLC.

After months of extra meals and cheese and biscuits for supper, I have now reached my target weight. I walk well on the lead and will sit, paw, lie down, roll over and even speak for a yummy cube of cheese – mmm my favourite! I am a happy, friendly boy with big gentle chocolate button eyes. I need a pet free home, but would love my own human for Christmas.


Butch – 10 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Butch is a happy little guy, excited and joyful to meet new people! A typical Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Butch loves people and craves attention and strokes. His owner left him with a friend two years ago and never returned for him. Butch’s current carer can not give him the time or walks he needs. Unfortunately Butch does not like other dogs, sadly this is not his fault, rather it was his original owners fault for not socialising him! Butch therefore needs a sensible home that will walk him at quiet times or in quiet areas.

Butch has not been around children for many years, he therefore needs an adult only home. At the moment Butch is living in a flat and rarely gets taken out to go to the toilet, he therefore has to go in the house. We are sure like most dogs that Butch would prefer to be clean and given the opportunity, would be toilet trained. Although he is 10 years old, he still has plenty of energy in him so needs an active owner to give him a couple of nice walks a day. This lovely boy has had a sad time being passed around, we are determined to find him a loving mum and dad for the rest of his years!


Elle – 2-4 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Elle is a female Staffordshire Bull terrier 2 to 4 years old. She is very easy on the lead and very eager to please. Elle is a very pretty young girl who is very affectionate and enjoys fuss and attention.


Daisy – 1 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Daisy is only a year old and a lovely Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Daisy is very friendly but not enjoying kennel life. She is looking for a new family that can offer her time to play and walks.

All of our rescue dogs, are vaccinated, microchipped, under neutering contract if not already done. We also provide Four Weeks FREE Insurance with Petplan. We do homecheck all prospective owners & rehome throughout the country, we will ask you to visit any potential new member of the family, especially when homing with other dogs and young children.


Sasha – 2 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Sasha the 2 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier loves the outdoors come rain or come shine and as long as she has a ball or a toy to play with then she’s happy. However she’s not necessarily quiet about it and can be a little bit vocal as she tries to contain her excitement. However, she does sit very quietly when there is a treat involved, which is definitely a good tool to use whilst training her. She’s a pretty little pooch with a gorgeous white tripe down the middle of her face and little white paws.

Whoever adopts this dainty lady would need to have the oodles of energy to tire her out, lots of patience whilst she’s still learning and most importantly, give her the bundles of love, kisses and cuddles that she deserves. Sasha is better suited to an only pet household with children over the age of 15.


Gizzy – 1 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Gizzy is our lovely 1 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. She was brought into our centre by an RSPCA inspector as she was unwanted. She’s gorgeously friendly and enjoys heading out and exploring. If you love Staffordshire Bull Terrier like we do then you’ll be familiar with their occasional grunts and whimpers. Gizzy likes to grunt a lot with excitement or sometimes because she’s a little confused but nevertheless its ridiculously adorable and we wouldn’t change it for the world.

She has beautiful big brown eyes with a gorgeous jet-black coat and short snout. Her staffy squishy face demands to be kissed and cuddled but what stands her out from the crowd is her pointy ears that stick up when she’s alert, they’re quirky little things but Gizzy just wouldn’t be Gizzy without them. She’d be better suited to a mature family with no small animals but we also forgot to mention that she loves pooches, especially the gentlemen!


Lilly – 2 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Lilly is a 2 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Lovely, loyal Lilly can only be described as button like because she’s dainty and adorably cute. She’s much smaller than your average Staffordshire Bull Terrier, with the biggest most endearing eyes imaginable and a squishy short snout. Lilly is extremely quiet and it’s not until you get her outside that you begin to see her true colours, playful is an understatement! She absolutely adores racing around our exercise run throwing toys about and relishes in a good fuss from passers by.  All white apart from a big black and tanned patch over her eye, this wonderful pooch really does deserve that special someone that can give her a forever home.

Lilly would be perfect for a family with children aged 7+ and although she gets along with other pooches, we feel that she would be better as an only pet due her her high energy levels and excitable nature.


AJ – 18 month old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier

AJ is a handsome 18 month old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He came in with his sister Honey and they get on fine so we think he could live with another dog. He is also used to cats. We think he would be fine with older children. But because he is a bit boisterous he could knock younger children over.


Honey – 18 month old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Honey is an 18 month old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He is an easy going young lady. She has lived with other dogs and cats. She is friendly and playful and would likely be fine with older children.


Tess – 10 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Tess is a 10 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier girl who was brought to the shelter due to her owners ill health. Tess is rather portly and needs to lose lots of weight. Currently the shelter staff and volunteers are giving Tess lots of exercise to reduce her weight in a bid to ensure she remains healthy. Tess is a firm favourite with the staff and is extremely loving. Tess can be rehomed with calm quiet dogs, no cats and children aged 8 years and upwards.


Toby – 10 month old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier

This is Toby the 10 month old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and though his picture may make it look like butter-wouldn’t-melt in the mouth of this cheek-pinchingly adorable pooch and his puppy-dog eyes, don’t be fooled! Young Toby is a naughty, little scamp who likes nothing better than playing the fool and getting into all sorts of mischief. But what he loves even more than playtime is fuss and attention and if you can provide him with these, then you have a forever friend.

Toby is a veritable firecracker of a dog, a whirling dervish, a jack-in-the-box; full of energy, enthusiasm, and a real lust for life! Were you to adopt this cheeky chappy, we can personally guarantee that boredom would be a thing of the past. As such, he would be best placed with an active owner who can help dissipate some of Toby’s vast reserves of energy and rein in his occasional hyperactivity. As a result of his propensity for playfully mouthing people, it is recommended that Toby is rehomed only with families that have older children.

Like any playful pooch, Toby loves the company of other canines and mixes wonderfully with dogs of a similarly active nature but not other animals. Should you have an existing dog who could perhaps do with a nice, new friend – then our wonderful pup would make a lovely, little companion.


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