Rescue organisation name: Senior Staffy Club
Rescue contact details/website address:
Does the animal have rescue back up?: n
Current location: South Gloucester

Photo(s): y

Number of animals: 1
Type/Breed/Variety: Staffy
Name(s): Tyson
Sex: M
Age(s): 12
Colours: red

Neutered: y
De-flea'ed: y
Wormed: y
Vaccinated: y

Reason for rehoming: abandoned
Temperament: quiet, gentle, loving
Medical problems: unknown problem with legs, possibly arthritis

Has the animal been assessed: y
Is transport available: n
Can the group be split (if applicable):

Other information (optional):


Age: 12
Temperament: Gentle and quiet
Dogs: Possibly with introductions
Cats: Test pending
Children: 10yrs plus

Hello this is Tyson.

Tyson has had a bit of a confusing time of it lately. His original owner re-homed him to another person, who then gave him away to someone else. They then they kicked him out after only a couple of days. Fortunately when he was wandering the streets he was taken to a local vet and then Tyson went to the dog wardens.

Tyson has no idea what he has done to deserve to be treated like this - he am friendly with everyone with two legs or four (he is still being cat tested tho)!

Tyson has been upset in kennels as no one seems to love him anymore. Maybe itís because he is a little older now and Tyson is not as agile as he used to be. His back legs are a little weak. The vet has had a look but cannot say for certain what the problem may be - it could just be arthritis. As long as he only has short walks Tyson should be fine.

Tyson has friends with the volunteers here now and is feeling a bit happier but what Tyson really wants is his own human who will cuddle and love him forever, no matter what and someone who would never turn him away again...oh and a nice comfy sofa would be good as well!
Tyson is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. He is in kennels in the South Gloucestershire area but can be re-homed anywhere in the UK, pending a successful home visit. However any adopter should be willing to travel to meet him where he is now. There is an adoption donation of £90 for Tyson and all money donated goes directly to helping all the Senior Staffies in our care

If you think you could offer Tyson a new home please contact us at or call Kate on 07513591784