Ned – 3-5 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

Ned is a male Staffordshire Bull terrier cross of approximately 3 to 5 years of age. This little lad is unique looking, you will never see another Ned, he has little legs and a long body and the cutest face. Ned appears to be a quiet, calm lad, he can be a bit timid and jumpy at sudden noises. He gets on well with his kennel mate and passes other dogs without fuss. He enjoys his walks and is good on the lead. Ned loves a fuss and is a friendly boy.

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