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Meet Rosie, a 7 year old Staffy up for adoption

By Staffordshire Newsletter  |  Posted: April 28, 2014

  • Rosie is a loving girl

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The Senior Staffy Club are a small dog rescue charity based in Stafford but operate across the UK.

They specialise in rescuing and rehoming older Staffordshire Bull Terriers and Staffy Cross dogs aged 7yrs and over.

They currently have a 7 year old Staffy girl called Rosie in foster in a home in Stafford and would love to see her find a new home so here’s a little about her.

Rosie is a 7 year old loving but timid girl. She is house and crate trained and travels quietly in the car. She is easy to walk and doesn't pull at all, she enjoys her walks and is happy to walk alongside other dogs and walk past them with no problems.

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Rosie came to the charity very underweight, having obviously had quite a few puppies and they feel her experiences in the past have made her quite timid and she needs time to build her confidence.

For this reason we feel that Rosie would be best as an only dog - at least for the moment, once she is more confident and secure she would probably be able to live with another dog with proper introductions.

Whilst at the foster home Rosie has met some cats whilst out walking and has stood right next to them and shown no interest at all so she could live with cats, again with proper introductions.

Rosie’s ideal home would be a quieter, settled home so adult only or where any children are teenagers and understand the need to give Rosie space and quiet time if needed.

Rosie loves to be loved and is never happier than when someone is sitting quietly with her, giving a fuss and watching the world go by

Rosie is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped and can be rehomed anywhere in the UK, pending a successful home visit. However any adopter should be willing to travel and meet Rosie where she is now.

If you are interested in giving Rosie a home, please call Kate on 07513 591784 or email seniorstaffyclub@hotmail.co.uk.

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