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Raisen a very pretty staffy
RAISEN - SMALL RED BRINDLE STAFFY LADY IN NEED OF ADOPTION. Hiya my new name is Raisen and what a lovely name it is too! My friend has called me this name as I am a wonderful Reddish Brindle colour. I am very unusual and small and pocket sized. I love people and have been good around other dogs at the rescue. I am approx 4 years to 5 years old and love to climb on your knee for cuddles - if you let me of course. I am a typical staffy that craves love and adores being fussed and stroked - all day if you let me. I came into care as a stray so although there is no history on my past life it appears I have been well loved and socialised. Sadly I now have to find myself a new home where I will be adored, cherished and cared for until I grow old and grey. I am looking for a home that have time for exercise, walks and cuddles. I need a home where I will not be left all day alone as this would make be sad!! Kennel life is no place for a cuddle monster. 

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Small

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Rocco Black/White, Loving Young Staffy

18 months

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Small/Medium

As part of adoption

Yes

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ROCCO - Sad yound Black/White Staffy. Hiya my new name is Raisen and what a lovely name it is too! My friend has called me this name as I am a wonderful Reddish Brindle colour. I am very unusual and small and pocket sized. I love people and have been good around other dogs at the rescue. I am approx 4 years to 5 years old and love to climb on your knee for cuddles - if you let me of course. I am a typical staffy that craves love and adores being fussed and stroked - all day if you let me. I came into care as a stray so although there is no history on my past life it appears I have been well loved and socialised. Sadly I now have to find myself a new home where I will be adored, cherished and cared for until I grow old and grey. I am looking for a home that have time for exercise, walks and cuddles. I need a home where I will not be left all day alone as this would make be sad!! Kennel life is no place for a cuddle monster. 
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GORGEOUS BESS (LURCHER)

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6 Years

Female

Medium

Part of adoption

only dog

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No

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BESSIE. GORGEOUS LURCHER WITH THREE LEGS. SPECIAL APPEAL FOR HOME COMFORTS. LURCHER FANS WHERE ARE YOU HIDING? THIS LADY IS ADORABLE. WHY DOES NOBODY WANT ME?
Bessie is one gorgeous Lurcher and she is sadly overlooked. After a failed adoption through no fault of her own it now appears that nobody is considering this adorable girl. She is possibly Greyhound Saluki mix. Bessie is very loving and friendly with people and adores a fuss and a cuddle. She came into our care from the stray kennels with three legs having had her right front leg removed through serious injury prior to coming into our care.  She has adjusted well to having her leg removed and is in desperate need of some love in home comforts. Bessie is not a doddery lady. She can jump, run and loves a walk. Her disability does not hinder her and we feel she has six legs instead of three at times. She did find a home for two months however was returned to us. She is now a sad girl. She has a wonderful temperament however she still could not be rehomed with small furries or other dogs. She refers her comfort space away from other dogs invading her space. Bess is six years old and despite the horrific injuries she had when she arrived in kennels she has adjusted to her disability. Our Bess is still energetic. She ideally needs a home with a larger garden and the walks she loves so much. This lady can still run and jump and she is not a doddery lady. This lurcher needs a new start as soon as possible and would love some much deserved home comforts again. Bess is one adorable dog with a loving and very friendly nature. She is super clean in her kennel and we feel where Bessie ended up initially was not where she started out. This stunning girl knows all her commands and is in heaven having people time. CAN YOU OFFER HER A HOME? PLEASE READ ON.

 

WHAT HOME DOES BESSIE NEED? PLEASE SUPPORT THIS OVERLOOKED GORGEOUS DOG.

Bessie needs a very loving home. She needs a garden, regular walks and loads of company. At only six years old she has a long life in front of her and she deserves it to be lavish. Bess loves the woodlands and a good sniff about and is no doddery lady. Regular walks would be perfect. Bess loves company and time out and would be so happy with a garden to potter in alongside some adventures. This dog loves a fuss and has a special adorable nature. She is gorgeous. Bess was such a happy dog however since her return to kennels she is now quite sad. Bess has been accepting out walking with other dogs however can be possessive of her comfort zone. We feel an only dog home is best suited. If you feel you can offer Bess a new start then please fill in an adoption form below by clicking the ADOPT ME button. Calls are also welcome to discuss any of our rescue dogs. Please call after 6 o'clock. We are always extremely busy so please leave us a voice message. CAN YOU OFFER BESS A NEW START? SHE IS A VERY SPECIAL APPEAL. PLEASE HELP US TO HELP BESS FIND SOME LOVE IN HER LIFE.

Please contact us at Good Life with information about yourself and the home you can offer. We work hard to match our adopters and dogs together ensuring that humans and hounds are very happy.  We encourage adoption and invite anyone with misconceptions of rescue dogs to come and meet some very special dogs with huge characters and love to give. We are very active in the work we do and are very dedicated to the welfare of the dogs in our care and the Yorkshire strays. We have no staff and exist as a volunteer based charity. Support is always greatly received. 

Rescue dogs have often suffered difficult lives and some form of trauma or abandonment. We ask people to consider the huge commitment and lifestyle change of owning and adopting a dog. Rescue dogs often need time to settle back into a home. This can take at least four to five weeks for dogs to feel settled and more secure. If you are dedicated and understand that all rescue dogs need time to adjust then we would love to hear from you.

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