Sasha – 7 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Homing Requirements: Sasha needs a companion home where she can enjoy walks, talks and cuddles. She came to us very overweight and needs to gradually lose weight through gentle regular exercise. Sasha needs to pick up with life again after her stable union with her past elderly owner. She is learning to settle around dog on her walks but her thing is people not dogs. She has a badly torn ear which healed many years ago. Only pet status.

 

Her Story: Sasha’s owner died and a relative took her in for a few weeks and hunted high and low for a rescue place. Sasha is now spayed and being vaccinated. Sasha is currently in boarding kennels near Godstone, Surrey.

Advert: Sasha has always been loyal to her owner and described as a darling. She finds herself alone in a kennel and she is only coming to middle age … so much of life yet to live. Sasha loves all ages of people, welcomes affection and in true Staffie fashion launches into give more affection than you can ever give her. A little defensive with dogs that get too close at this stage but is settling within the kennels with each coming day. Sasha is housetrained and travels well but is obviously not used to car travel.

Sasha is a 7 year old black and brindle Staffie of small stature and currently carrying too much weight. Not her fault, but she will gradually lose it: Sasha is not a greedy dog and needs encouragement to eat in kennels. Loyal, sincere and a very, very, great dear!

Please note that this dog is currently in boarding kennels and is also available for foster until a ‘forever’ home is found.

Please visit Sasha’s thread on our forum (link here) to find out if she is still available and for fuller details.

If you are interested in re-homing please complete our homing questionnaire (link here) so we can ensure our dogs are matched and will suit your circumstances/lifestyle.

For daily updates please visit our forum and you will find listed the full range of dogs that are available for homing (link here)

***PLEASE NOTE: This ad has been posted by Rescue Remedies Dog Rescue. We are a registered charity (No. 1139407) and our work involves finding unwanted dogs their life long homes. We currently have approx. 100+ dogs under our wing. We usually ask for a minimum donation of £150 at the time of adoption, for each dog, to help us continue helping homeless dogs***.

Rescue Remedies
Rescue Remedies (www.rescueremedies.co.uk) is an internet-based rescue that homes mainly to the South East of England. The Rescue will also consider homes further afield if adopters are willing to travel. Rescue Remedies aims to provide a safe and warm foster home for as many of their dogs as possible whilst they are waiting for their forever homes. The Rescue also uses boarding kennels located in the Surrey, West Sussex, Hertfordshire, and Greater London areas. If you are interested in adopting a dog from Rescue Remedies, please complete their online homing questionnaire at: https://rescueremedies.wufoo.eu/forms/rescue-remedies-homing-questionnaire/ Rescue Remedies and its sister rescues (Staffie Rescue, Terrier Rescue, Patterdale Terrier Rescue, and American Bulldog Rescue) also run a Free Live Forum here: http://rescueremediesdogrescue.co.uk/ where you can read daily updates on their dogs available for adoption.
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