Snowy is a beautiful female Staffordshire Bull Terrier, just over a year old.
She’s a real character and is affectionate and enthusiastic.
Snowy has had two owners already in her short life and has lived with another companion dog and with children. She’s a very lively and playful dog who has enjoyed basic training and been quick to learn.. Snowy has very limited hearing and compensates by using her sight and smell.
This is what Snowy’s fosterer has to say about her: –
“A spin-off to being deaf is that Snowy is very intuitive and now is quickly learning sign language. After just a short time with us, she will now sit on demand, go to her bed (reluctantly!), stay at the kerb and cross the road on command. She just loves her walks and is fairly good on the lead. It hasn’t taken her long to learn, as she is intelligent and keen to please.
She really settles down comfortably in the evening, when everybody is together and she can keep an eye on us all. Then it’s cuddles time and a nap after a busy day’s play and training.
Snowy likes the company of other dogs and we have found her to be friendly with everyone she meets.”
Can you offer Snowy a safe and loving home? She is a delightful, sociable, well- balanced little dog, enjoying the company of humans and other dogs. Her fosterers would be pleased to chat with you about her and, of course, invite you to meet her.
The Charity would like Snowy to be adopted by an owner who can dedicate the time and attention she needs, possibly with another dog that she could learn from. It’s important that her training is continued, so Snowy can continue to develop into an obedient, well-behaved and confident dog. We do not home dogs with young children and will consider experienced dog owners with older, dog-aware children.
Snowy is just about 18 months old. She is microchipped and her vaccinations are up to date and she has been spayed. All potential adopters will be home-checked, prior to adopting an animal, and an adoption fee will be payable.
If you are interested invisiting Snowy with a view to adoption, please contact us by telephoning 0115 8333125 or 07427 565239. These number must not be used for emergency calls or any other types of enquiry. Please leave a message if no reply and our Dog Welfare Officerwill get back to you as soon as possible.
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