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Please be aware that our re-homing pages may not represent all the animals we have staying with us, so please feel free to call at the animal centre between our animal viewing times of 11.00am - 4.00pm and have a look around.  During busy periods at the animal centre our rehoming pages may not always be 100% up to date. Please telephone 01246 273358 for the very latest information.

If you are interested in an animal that has been marked with a reserved or held tag feel free to contact us anyway as we take second reserves on most of our animals in the centre. 

Murphy D2014094

Murphy D2014094


Staffy x | Male - neutered | 2 years old approx | Reserved | Enlarge picture | Video: Murphy & Lola playing happily together

This gorgeous gent is hoping to find his forever home.

Murphy loves going out for walks and will even lift his paws up so that you can pop his harness on ready. He'll then trot along excitedly, play tug with his toys and sniff everything in sight. One of Murphy's favourite things is a fuss (especially if you give him a good scratch under his velvety soft chin).

This brown eyed, glossy coated beauty loves other dogs and would be perfect for an active family with children aged 15 years or someone with plenty of time and energy, giving him the happy life that he truly deserves.

Ruby D2014008

Ruby D008

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Female - neutered

2 years 5 months old

Available

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Ruby

Little Ruby has a real zest for life, she is a great mixer with other dogs (particularly with the male pooches). She has lots of energy, walks well on a harness and would love a home with a mature family. Because she can get a little overexcited at times, a calm and steady environment would be better suited to her needs and an owner with experience of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier would be perfect.

Ruby has a gorgeous, shiny, coat and when you look into her loveable eyes, butter wouldn't melt! She responds well to commands, her favourite being sit, stay and come when called.

Ruby has been at our animal centre since January 2014 she was brought into RSPCA by an inspector due to welfare concerns. She really does deserve a tender, loving home and someone exceptional to give her a chance.

Jip W2013067

Jip

Jip is a seven-year-old, female Rottweiler who is a fantastic example of why this breed is so popular and well loved. She combines good looks with a lovely temperament that would make her the perfect pet for the right owner.

She loves fuss and attention and being around people. In terms of behaviour, Jip is a fairly laid back girl who gets along with humans and canines alike. She would prefer to find a home that does not have cats or other small animals. She is a big pup at heart and loves playtime and socialising. She has a good grasp of the basic commands (sit, stay, down, leave.)

With her black and tan coat, and warm eyes, Jip is a pooch who can make your heart melt.

Jip has been with us for over a year, after being brought to us by an RSPCA inspector due to concerns for her welfare. After being loved and fostered with us she is ready for adoption and looking forward to meeting her new family.

Jip would be well matched to somebody with familiarity of large breed dogs, children over the age of 10 years and from being the only dog in her new home.

A word from Jip's foster carer

"Jip is a lovely dog and has been a real pleasure to foster. She's the most chilled-out, laid-back dog I have ever known. While staying with me, for the most part, she has been housetrained and doesn't mind at all being left alone for a few hours. She will quickly settle down and have a good snooze or happily chew on a bone. A wagging tail and happy demeanour is the best welcome home you can get, and Jip does this with style. Neither does she pester when it comes to dinner-time, but she does appreciate any leftover chicken or beef!

I found she isn't wholly interested in dog toys and prefers a good fuss and belly rub, and if she wants more she'll give a paw to show it. She likes to sit in front of the TV and proves to be very amusing by the way she watches certain programmes and wonders where the presenter's gone when they disappear off camera! I would say she can be tense when other dogs are near while out walking, so proper and controlled introductions would be in order, and take it from me, Jip loves nothing more than a walk and shows it when the lead comes out. I'm hopeful Jip get the sort of loving home she truly deserves and one where she will give lots of love back in bucket-loads."

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Chico D2014108 - Special appeal

Chico D2014108

Staffy x

Male - neutered

6 years old

Available

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Chico

Chico is a bundle of joy and has lots of energy that he likes to expel through walks, fuss and playtime!

We love this quirky fella a lot! He has a gorgeously smushy face and a big brown patch that covers one side of it. When having a stroll, Chico walks well with a harness and likes to have a play in our exercise run.

Chico would be happy as an only pet in a household with children aged 10 and over. He would benefit from somebody who is willing to give him lots of love, affection and walkies!

Toby D2014115

Toby

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Male - neutered

10 months old

Available

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Toby

Though his pictures may make it look like butter wouldn't melt in the mouth of this cheek-pinchingly adorable Staffy don't be fooled! Young Toby is a little scamp who likes nothing better than playing the fool and getting into all sorts of mischief. What he loves even more than playtime, is fuss and attention and if you can provide him with these, then you have a forever friend!

Toby is full of energy, enthusiasm and has a real lust for life! Were you to adopt this cheeky chappy, we can personally guarantee that boredom would be a thing of the past. He would be best placed with an active owner with older children.

Like any playful pooch, Toby loves the company of other canines and mixes wonderfully with dogs of a similarly active nature.

Cruelty Line

To report a mistreated, neglected, injured or distressed animal please call our 24-hour cruelty line on 0300 1234 999.  Read our cruelty checklist to help you identify the information we may ask for when you contact us.