Mary – 4 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Mary is looking for her manger this Christmas somewhere peaceful and loving where she can permanently lay her head and settled down to a good life. Mary is angelic-looking and certainly not contrary Mary was named by staff because of her sweet and soft nature. She was originally brought to the RSPCA by an Inspector due to a welfare investigation and we have only recently been able to put her up for adoption. She is a brindle and white Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is about four years old and who is now in good condition with no known health problems. Mary is exceptionally cuddly and loves to be close to you, enjoying giving and receiving love. She is an active dog who likes her playtime, plenty of company and she loves to play tuggy and with her tennis balls. She isn’t toy proud and she’ll happily swap them for another chew or toy. However, gentle Mary can be particularly worried by sudden hand movements due to her sad past and she will need sensitive handling whilst she re-establishes her confidence. She likes to avoid busy environments and she would prefer a home with routine, peace and relative quiet. She will need an average of two lots of thirty minute walks a day. She loves her titbits in small amounts as her tummy is a little sensitive so she usually eats an affordable food that is a bit more bland than normal diets.

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Due to her being timid, if her new home has children, we would advise that children are over thirteen years old who can be sensible and mindful of her gentle nature. A home with another dog may be a possibility depending on meet and greets but she would be better suited to a laid back, tolerant male. This beautiful lady really deserves a fresh start and a chance to enjoy her life, free from worry.

Could you offer our Mary a loving new home?

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