Patches – 18 month old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

Patches is an 18 month old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross. He’s lively, very friendly and playful. A typical young dog. He’s also unconcerned around other dogs. All of our rescue dogs, are vaccinated, microchipped, under neutering contract if not already done. We also provide Four Weeks FREE Insurance with Petplan & a Pedigree Rehoming Pack. PLUS a collar, lead & tag for your dogs first walk as a new member of the family. We do homecheck all prospective owners & rehome throughout the country, we will ask you to visit any potential new member of the family, especially when homing with other dogs and young children.

 

For further details of Patches please contact the rescue or email rehoming@badaw.org or vist our website –  http://www.badaw.org.

Barnsley and District Animal Welfare South Yorkshire
All of our rescue dogs, are vaccinated, microchipped, under neutering contract if not already done. We also provide Four Weeks FREE Insurance with Petplan. We do homecheck all prospective owners & rehome throughout the country, we will ask you to visit any potential new member of the family, especially when homing with other dogs and young children. For further information, please telephone 01226 388764 Email rehoming@badaw.org Website - http://www.badaw.org
Barnsley and District Animal Welfare South Yorkshire
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