GoGo is a 13 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier. She is now in an Oldies Club foster home in Bardney, Lincolnshire, waiting for someone to offer her a permanent home. GoGo took just a few days to settle into life at her foster home.

GoGo gets very upset when left alone, so her foster carers haven’t left her without one of them around for more than 10 minutes. They are gradually increasing the time she is left to try to help her with this, but she does need a home where someone can be with her virtually all of the time.

She definitely wouldn’t suit a home with people who go out to work. GoGo gets on very well with dogs if they are nice to her. We think she might be happiest in a home with a compatible, calm resident dog as it might help her to settle in.

There are no cats in her foster home, but GoGo seems very interested in them outside. We are therefore looking for a cat-free home for lovely GoGo. GoGo is a very calm old lady, but due to her age, she would be happier with older children, say aged 10+, who are mature enough to understand her needs.

She loves going for walks and also enjoys simply being around you. She likes to know where everyone is and will follow you indoors and in the garden. The car; her foster carers are still working on that. And being left on her own. A home where she has company almost all of the time; she will even follow you to the toilet.

A home where her people won’t mind her lying down next to them wherever they choose to be. This does improve with time though. She doesn’t climb onto beds or sofas and is happy just to be near you. It isn’t known whether GoGo is spayed. She is microchipped, vaccinated and has been flea and worm treated.

GoGo has a large fatty lump on her side, and several other lumps and bumps, which the vet has checked and advised to not remove due to her age and the fact that she manages quite well. She tends to lick her skin and paws, and have a scratch, but since being fed a good raw diet, and seeming to be much less anxious, this has all improved greatly.

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