Joey – 1 year old male Saluki Cross

Joey is a 1 year old male Saluki Cross. “I am looking for a foster or forever home. I am currently in kennels and would love to experience the comfort of a loving home.

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I arrived to rescue through the police as a welfare case.

I was very underweight when I arrived and I am still putting on weight. I’m a lovely, calm boy who has had a bit of a rough start in life.

I am super affectionate and love to lean on you so that I feel safe. I will need a bit of further training with my lead walking as I can be known to get a little overexcited and jump at you during my walks.

I forget my height and will end up kissing you on the nose when I do this! I love to play with soft toys.

I get super excited when I hear a squeaker, so excited that my teddies don’t tend to last very long at all and quickly seem to pop!

I am very sweet-natured and love everyone I meet. I can be selective with dogs I see out and can be vocal and reactive to other males, but in the right hands, this can be managed and worked on. All I crave is a safe home to call my own where I can live the life I so deserve.” – Quote

Staffie and Stray Rescue Dorset
Staffie and Stray Rescue Dorset

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Staffie and Stray Rescue, based in Bournemouth in Dorset, please email staffiesrescue@gmail.com or visit the website www.staffieandstrayrescue.co.uk

The aim of this non-profit organisation is to find foster homes and permanent homes for dogs in need of a new home. They take on dogs whose owners are no longer able to look after them due to unforeseen circumstances.

Staffie and Stray Rescue are also in the process of developing a campaign to help change people’s negative attitudes towards Staffordshire bull terriers, who are often portrayed as dangerous dogs in the media. With 75% of stray dogs being Staffordshire bull terriers, they hope to encourage more people to rehome the breed.

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