- Staffordshire Bull Terrier
- 2 years
- Admitted October 2021
Dora has been muzzle trained to keep her safe but she must live in a very quiet area where other dogs, especially those off lead can be avoided. This training and observations on walks will be ongoing.
Support and Health
How much training will I need?
Can I be left alone?
Do I have any medical conditions?
Who I can live with
Can I live with dogs?
Can I live with cats?
Can I live with small pets?
Additional informationDora doesn't like dogs in her face or coming close to her and although she will actively avoid dogs when given the chance, when walking in areas where there are off lead dogs or in vet situations, she must wear her muzzle. She will try to chase cats but could potentially live with securely caged small pets.
Family and environment
What kind of family am I looking for?She can live with teenagers and over, no younger visiting children. Dora is a wonderfully cuddly girl who loves people once she knows them but she can be a bit anxious and she doesn't want a busy household with lots of comings and goings.
What type of environment would suit me?Dora needs to be walked in areas where she won't see a lot of dogs and can just enjoy her walk and sniff without interruption. She requires a private, 6ft fenced garden to allow her some fun off lead time as she cannot be let off lead on her walks.
About DoraDora found her way to us as a lonely stray and is now looking for a family to call her own.
Things to noteOnce settled, Dora is a very sweet little lady but doesn't always know her size and she loves to say hello by jumping up and giving lots of kisses to people she knows. She is very quick to learn and loves to be taught anything new, she is very food driven.
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