Sadie – 5 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Meet Sadie, a 5 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is looking for a new forever home due to her owners change in circumstances. She is a lovely dog,  she loves people, but is not a fan of other dogs. She is a sweet dog in the house, but does not like other dogs when out. She is looking for an owner who has experience of Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and has a home with direct access to a garden. She will need a home in a semi-rural area. She will need to be the only dog in the home. No cats please. Sadie could live with children of 14+.

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If you would like to adopt Sadie please fill out a rehoming questionnaire and a member of the team will get in contact within 48 hours. For questions or queries, please contact the office directly.

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All Dogs Matter London

For further details regarding adopting a dog from All Dogs Matter, please email info@alldogsmatter.co.uk or telephone 0208 341 3196 / 07904 472 678. Address: 30 Aylmer Parade, London, N2 0PE. We are located in London.

All Dogs Matter is a registered dog rescue and rehoming charity based in North London. Our aim us to rescue and rehome dogs in and around London and surrounding areas. We work hard to help rescue and rehome as many abandoned and homeless dogs as we can.

The dogs who come into our care are strays, from pounds or simply dogs whose owners no longer can or want to keep. The dogs are a variety of breeds and come in all shapes and sizes!

We neuter, vaccinate and microchip each dog and then pair it with the right new owner, ensuring that it will be safe, cared for and loved for the rest of its life.

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