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MEET UNA WOODS Staffy cross

Age:

Gender:

Size:

Neutered:

Good with other dogs:

Good with children:

Good with cats:

Approx 2 Years

Female

Medium

Part of adoption

Yes

Older kids

Unknown

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MEET UNA WOODS AS OPPOSED TO UNA STUBBS. VERY HIGH ENERGY AND LOVING STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIER CROSS.
This high energy lady is Una Woods ( Not Una Stubbs). Una came into our care from the stray kennels as a very thin, stressed out lady. She is only a young dog of approximately two years old. On arrival all Una could concentrate on was finding a large stick and chewing it up. We feel she has spent all her life in a garden or locked up with no stimulation at all. This pretty Staffy cross has been turning many corners. She has piled on the weight and has lots of walks and stimulation. Initially a woodland walk with Una was very difficult as not only did she pick up a stick or branch it was essential she chewed it to pieces. By changing where we walk has made a huge difference and although she does still have a Woodland adventure she is more managed and less focused on sticks. Una will always be stick crazy and she will need a high energy loving human that loves exercise and stimulation and can manage her interest. This young dog deserves to find a rescue flag flying home that is committed. When back in kennels Una has not been destructive and does go into her bed for a snooze. She has shown no issues with other dog when out walking however a preferred home is as the lady of the manor. If you feel Una Woods is the Staffy cross for you then please read on.

THE HOME LOVELY UNA NEEDS
Una needs a home that is active. She needs lots of walks and stimulation and not a home where someone lives in a Wood yard! She will always have some focus on sticks however this can and needs to be managed by her adopters. An outdoorsy home with an active couple would be amazing. We believe that once in a home Una will turn more corners and become more chilled out. She is calm and not destructive in her kennel and this is due to having stimulation and exercise. This needs to be continued in her new home. Una has become more and more fussy with humans and is growing more and more every day into a very loving young lady. Rescue dogs have often suffered trauma and mistreated and many have been left bored from the day they were born. Committed humans that are prepared to work with and go the extra mile are always welcomed by our rescue with open arms. If you would love to consider Una Woods then we would be delighted to hear from you. Support adoption. Help our rescue to continue.

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

Our charity is very small. We work hard to support the dogs left behind at stray kennels. We pay no wages and do not have staff so are extremely busy. Support, patience and kind words are always appreciated.
 
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