Holly – 5 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross French Bulldog

Please meet Happy Holly! Holly came to us from the council pound as an unclaimed stray, she was due to be put to sleep and so we took her in, We have no previous history for her. Holly is the most beautiful, obedient, Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross French Bulldog we think of approximately 5 years old I have ever had the pleasure to meet and foster!

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She is always on your lap wanting cuddles and attention and is always wanting to please. She is fantastic on and off the lead, brilliant with other dogs but untested with cats. She is not food aggressive and will not steal other dogs food. Holly is clean in the house, microchipped and neutered, and can be left for short periods of time. She is non destructive and loves playing with a ball.

Holly is perfect with children and can live with children age 10 plus, any one who adopts Holly is going to be very lucky to have her as part of their family! She is absolutely adorable, with a kind, loving heart.

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All Animals Rescue and Rehome Essex

For further details regarding adopting a dog from All Animals Rescue and Rehome in Essex please email animalrescueandrehome@hotmail.co.uk. Please note, emails/applications etc are responded to as soon as possible, but this may be up to 4 days.

All animals rescue and re-homing is a non kill rescue that will take any animal in need of rescue. All animals that come in will be fully vet checked, flead and wormed, neutered, microchipped and vaccinated, also every animal will be fully assesed in a home environment for at least 3 weeks. All potential adopters will be asked to complete a questionnaire and an adoption fee from £175 applies.

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