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Dorro is a small young (we think about a year old) mostly Staffie (with a bit of something else in him).
He is very white with very short hair and a few pink patches that get pinker when he goes for a walk as he gets excited.
He is very quiet, house trained and sleeps quietly all night in his cage.
Dorro has a good appetite, eats quickly at once,he enjoys two generous feeds a day (he looks a bit thin so we’re trying to fatten him up a bit).
He pulls a little on the lead but is getting better (he likes to bite the lead so we’ve used a metal chain to stop this).
He has frequent naps in his daybed during the day when I’m working in my home office and is no trouble at all.
 

His Best Points :

He is a friendly happy boy who is loving life in his foster home.

Foster Report :

Dorro is an easy chap to live with, he loves to give you kisses and he is just happy to be part of the family.
 

Dog Details :

Breed :     Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Age :         18 months

Gender:   Male

Height:   19 inches

Length    30 inches

Living with dogs :   No

Living with cats :    No

Living with children :  children over 11

Health:          No issues notified

Neutered:     In the process of neutering  

 
Current location
In a foster home in Solihull, West Midlands (near Birmingham)

Adoption Fee:  £165

 
 

Adopting A DogWatch UK Rescue Dog

Before being adopted, dogs will have bee vaccinated, wormed and treated for fleas.
If old enough they will have been neutered, if too young the new owners will need to ensure this is done.
All dogs are microchipped
All new owners can apply for 4 weeks Pet Insurance  FREE, to be activated from the link on our website

For Rescue Dogs coming from overseas

This adoption fee is a contribution towards the costs of rescuing the dog including
– microchip, pet passport, vaccines, tests for South European diseases, neutering (IF OLD ENOUGH), parasite treatment and transport to the UK.
We can not home dogs from overseas to people who work full time or long hours, unless some sort of doggy day care is offered. They need someone at home a lot of the day, they are not used to being alone for long periods. A dog walker for an hour out of the day is not enough.
Leaving dogs a long time on their own means they are highly likely to develop separation anxiety which is distressing for them and everyone in their new home.

How to adopt a DogWatch UK Rescue Dog

For full details see our Adoption page 

To apply to adopt please fill in our adoption application

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