Maisie – 3 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Maisie is an approximately 3 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier and is currently on foster in Treharris, South Wales. Maisie has settled in to her foster home very well and has shown herself to be a gentle and loving dog. She loves people and is always keen to say hello to visitors and people out on walks. She is good with children and likes their company; she could be rehomed with children over the age of 8 years. Maisie is fine when meeting other dogs, unless they are too bouncy and get in her face too quickly, and then she has been known to growl at them. She does not snap, it is just a kind of ”keep your distance” growl. She is living as the only dog in her foster home and we feel this would be best for her in her forever home also (more cuddles for Maisie). Maisie is untested with cats and may be best rehomed without feline friends.

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When Maisie arrived in our care she had a long standing ear infection which had gone untreated for a long time. The poor thing was in pain and discomfort with her ears and has had to have a number of vet visits and treatments. Throughout all her vet work she has been an ideal patient, sweet and kind and takes her medicine and any treatment well. She is now on a maintenance dose of steroids which costs pennies. Maisie is a calm and laid back dog in the home. She is not demanding or over active. Once she has had a walk and a cuddle she is happy and will snooze the day away and sun bathe. Maisie is house trained and is happy to be left on her own for short periods. She does love human company and therefore we do not feel that she should be rehomed with full time workers.

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Please contact Heather, our Rehoming Manager, if you are interested in rehoming a Hope Rescue dog Heather Wren Tel: 07834525753 Email: Please note, puppies need to be neutered at their new owners expense. Neutering is a condition of adoption and something we follow up to ensure it has been completed. We do not rehome puppies to full time workers Puppies must also be taken to training classes and this will be followed up. If you do not know of training classes in your area please research this before you contact us about rehoming. All Hope Rescue dogs are neutered (if over 6 months), vaccinated, flea treated, wormed and micro-chipped prior to adoption. If a puppy is not old enough to be neutered then this must be carried out at the owner’s expense when old enough, and the relevant form completed by the vet and returned to Hope Rescue. A homecheck will be required, and you will need to come and meet the dog with your own dogs and family. Hope Rescue rehomes throughout the UK. A Pre-Home Interest Form can be downloaded from and should be returned to
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