MADGE - Small Staffy cross lady
Good with other dogs:
Good with children:
Good with cats:
Approx 3 Years
Part of adoption
Only dog preferred
MADGE IS NOT LOOKING FOR A HOME AT THE MOMENT DUE TO RECENTLY HAVING PUPPIES. WATCH THIS SPACE.
Madge is a beautiful cross breed bully and is new into our care. She has had plenty of puppies already and of course no surprises she has come into care as a stray girl. Madge is super loving and friendly and adores people. As always we know nothing of Madge's past life and can only work with her new life which starts now. This pretty lady has had her ears cropped which is very sickening and absolutely horrendous. We can only imagine her past life hasn't been great. A dog with cropped (or docked) ears has gone through an unnecessary surgery to change or remove their ears. It’s very painful and involves a dog’s outer ears being cut off or removed completely. It usually takes place when a puppy is between six and 12 weeks old. There is no benefit and is done for aesthetic reasons to make a dog look menacing or fierce. This is illegal in the UK and any dog with cropped ears will have experienced pain and distress. Despite a past endurance Madge loves a cuddle and is very obedient and friendly and knows all her basic commands. She walks like a dream girl and is very happy in company and super happy with people.
THE HOME MADGE NEEDS
Madge will be on the look out for a very very special human and home. We feel a home as the only dog is needed and she is currently having more assessments with other dogs. Dogs communicate and express emotion with their ears. By having their ears cropped they are no longer able to do this effectively. Other dogs can also find it hard to understand how the dog might be feeling. In some cases, this could lead to problematic behaviour developing. Due to this we feel a home as the only dog is needed. Staffy experience would be brilliant and a huge love of this breed. Madge is beautiful despite the cruelty inflicted on her. We desperately would love to hear from you flag flyers that know there is one breed of dog and it is called Rescue. Due to Madge coming into our care as a stray lady we have no history on her past life. Due to this we would only rehome with an adult home. Madge loves her walks however is equally as happy to snooze and have a space on the sofa with her people. If you would love to consider Madge then please fill in an application form by clicking on the adopt me button below.
Good Life Dog Rescue exists completely on a very small volunteer basis. We pay no wages and work very hard to help many stray and abandoned dogs. We welcome phone calls and emails to discuss any of our dogs. We are huge flag flyers for the Bull breeds and the dogs left behind in local stray kennels. Due to misconceptions and bad press rescue dogs are often overlooked and struggle to find a home. Please send details of yourself to show any interest. We welcome calls and visitors by appointments only. Please click on the adopt me button and fill in an application if you feel you are the special person to give any of our dogs the new life they deserve.
We are dedicated to finding the right dog for adopters so please ensure you have read the above details about Madge before applying. It is important we match our dogs with people lifestyles.