|15th March 2016||#1|
Rescue Helper & RHU Friend
Real Name: Julie
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: LA7 Cumbria
RHU Cases: 65
Bullseye - one year old small, happy, staffie north west area
Rescue organisation name: Milnthorpe Rescue
Rescue contact details/website address: http://milnthorpekennelsandcattery.co.uk/rescue-pets/
Does the animal have rescue back up?: Yes
Current location: Milnthorpe Cumbria (South Lakes)
Number of animals: One
Type/Breed/Variety: Staffordshire bull terrier
Age(s): Approx one
Colours: Mainly white
Reason for rehoming: Unclaimed stray
Medical problems: None
Has the animal been assessed: Yes
Is transport available:
Can the group be split (if applicable):
Other information (optional):
Bullseye was found wandering alone in a forest and we estimate that he is about one year old. He's a smaller size and a typical happy staffie with lots of love to give. Being a young, playful dog and full of energy, he will need a home where he gets plenty of exercise. He does know some basic commands but would benefit from attending training classes with further socialisation. Bullseye is a little strong to start on the lead but soon settles and is willing to learn. He has been good with other dogs that he has met here on site. He's just had his op so now needs to find that special someone who can cherish him for the rest of his life.
If you are interested in offering Bullseye a loving home (North West area preferred) please contact the kennels, tel: 015395 62665
Opening hours: 9.30 - 6 Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri, Sat, closed 12 - 1 for lunch
9.30 - 12 Wed and Sunday
Last edited by Jod; 15th March 2016 at 12:21.
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