David – 6 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

David is a 6 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross who has sadly been abandoned and found as a stray. He is calm and affectionate boy who loves human company. He is well behaved in and out of the house. David is good with other dogs and could share his new home with a calm female. He could live with children over 12 years old and will be neutered prior to rehoming.

 

If you think you could give David his new forever home please contact us!

Throughout August is Staffordshire Bull Terrier Month at All Dogs Matter. During this time we would like to help promote our lovely Staffordshire Bull Terriers that are avaliable for re-homing. SStaffordshire Bull Terriers have received a lot of bad press in the media recently. The character of a dog – be it a Staffordshire Bull Terrier or any breed – is first and foremost formed by the deeds of its (previous) owners, not by having come in to this world as a certain pedigree / crossbreeds. Staffordshire Bull Terriers are wonderful pets and rank highly among the top dogs with children by The Kennel Club. If you feel that you can provide one of our Staffordshire Bull Terriers with a forever home or even a foster home, please consider adopting one from us. During August you can adopt one of our lovely Staffordshire Bull Terriers for £75 – after a home check is carried out. Our adoption fee includes neutering, vaccinating, microchipping, de-worming and de-fleaing. Adopting fees go back towards the ever-growing amount of abandoned dogs.

All Dogs Matter London
For further details regarding adopting a dog from All Dogs Matter, please email info@alldogsmatter.co.uk or telephone 0208 341 3196 / 07904 472 678. Address: 30 Aylmer Parade, London, N2 0PE. We are located in London and Norfolk East Anglia Can you please help us by adopting one of our lovely Staffies? Staffies are lovely dogs who make excellent pets and rank highly among the top dogs with children and were called the "nanny dog." Hundreds of staffies are being destroyed every month because of overcrowding in rescues and council pounds. Continuous over-breeding, irresponsible rehoming and bad press coverage of the breed have combined to turn this sad situation into the real crisis it now is. If, like us, you like Staffies and think they are being unfairly treated, please help us rescue them by sharing your home with one of them.
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