Maggie – 7 week old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Maggie and her sister Matilda were discovered in a park by two passers by. They were in terrible condition and were quickly rushed to the vet after it was suspected that chemicals had been poured onto their faces. Maggie is a very special little girl indeed who has endured a great deal to get to where she is today. Maggie definitely has sight, but she may require ongoing treatment for her eyes and we do not know how long this will be for.

 

Maggie needs a home where there are no young children as she gets very frightened and would not cope with the hustle and bustle that children bring. Its is very important that she goes to live with another dog as she needs learning and confidence to be given to her that only another dog can bring. She is going to need a calm, experienced home who are prepared to work closely with the rescue as there is no saying how long she will needs treatment for. Finally, due to her young age she needs a home where someone who will be around most/all of the time to provide her with the love and care that she deserves.

We will not be homing Maggie and her sister Matilda together as they squabble and we thing they would be happier in separate homes. She is in a foster home. If you wish to be her forever home please phone the rescue.

Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre Liverpool
For further details regarding adopting a dog from Freshfields Animal Centre in Liverpool please email kennels@freshfieldsrescue.org.uk or telephone 0151 931 1604. Address: East Lodge Farm, East Lane, Ince Blundell, Liverpool, L29 3EA Please note: We do a homecheck for all dogs. We will rehome to anywhere in the UK, the only exception being a dog with any behavioural problem that requires someone to meet them as often as possible before adoption, which wouldnt be possible if they lived on the south coast! All dogs are vaccinated, neutered, microchipped, wormed and deflead. We ask a donation of £125 to cover these costs.
Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre Liverpool