Solo – 9 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

Solo is a 9 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross who was rehomed by the Charity just over a year ago. Sadly, and through no fault of her own, Solo has been returned to Animal Accident Rescue Unit’s care and is looking, once again, for a forever home. Solo is a friendly, well socialized dog who loves spending time with people. She’s playful and sociable and enjoys being with older children and other dogs but not a fan of cats. She would fit well into a an active family’s life or with someone who can spend plenty of time with her, giving her a routine and attention and take her for the daily walks she so much enjoys. Solo does pull when she first goes out but quickly settles and can be walked on a loose leash. Although Solo loves company she is fine to be left on her own. Solo is microchipped, spayed and vaccinated.

 

All adopters will be home-checked prior to adopting a dog. If you are interested in Solo please contact us by calling. Please leave a message if no reply and our Adoption Volunteer will get back to you as soon as possible. Alternatively you can email admin@aaru.org.uk. Please leave your name, number and postcode whether telephoning or emailing. Thank you!

Animal Accident Rescue Unit Nottinghamshire

Animal Accident Rescue Unit Nottinghamshire

For further information on adopting a dog from Animal Accident Rescue Unit, please email admin@aaru.org.uk. Animal Accident Rescue Unit (AARU) is a charity run by volunteers and our rescued animals are looked after in foster homes. We do not have a kennels or cattery to visit or set opening times.
Animal Accident Rescue Unit Nottinghamshire