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Saffy is a sweet older girl looking for a loving new home If you are interested in adopting Saffy, you will need to register your interest by filling in and returning one of our pre-adoption questionnaires (see below).

  • Breed : Staffordshire Bull Terrier Type
  • Gender : Female
  • Age : 10 years old (approx.)
  • Size : Medium
  • Good With Dogs : No
  • Good With Cats : No
  • Good With Children : 11 years and over

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Pre-Adoption Questionnaire

This pre adoption form will need to completed on a PC or Laptop unless you have the have the word app on your phone or tablet. Please email your completed questionaire to and cc 

If you live in rented accommodation, in addition to the completed pre-adoption questionnaire please include written permission from your landlord or housing authority, confirming that they are happy for you to keep a dog in the property. If you already have a dog/s the permission must state the number of dogs allowed – without this we cannot consider the application.

Completed application forms and landlord permissions if applicable must be emailed to and with ‘Saffy’ in the subject bar.

Emails sent to other addresses will not be considered.

**Saffy will not be available for viewing until she meets her potential adopter**

50 Mile rehoming radius applies


More information about Saffy

Saffy has settled in well since her arrival here at the rescue and has become accustomed to the daily cleaning and feeding routines.

She is always happy to greet the carers when they enter her kennel and loves cuddles and lots of fuss.

Saffy is looking for a home with owners that have had Staffordshire Bull Terriers experience and would be willing to take on an older girl who still has lots of love to give.

Saffy walks nicely on the lead the majority of the time although she may pull towards a good smell or sound. She is always happy to say hello to any new people she may meet on her adventures and will happily accept a treat or two when offered.

She has learnt some basic commands such as 'sit' and 'paw' and despite her age has the mental capability to learn so much more - you can always teach an old dog new tricks!

She would enjoy having a nice secure garden to run around in with her squeaky toys in addition to her walks. She may even benefit from attending a basic training class or two so she can keep up with the youngsters and improve her socialisation skills.

She has been mixed with other dogs during her stay with us and she is calm meeting dogs when on lead but after a short time she has a tendency to nip them and would prefer to keep her distance. Therefore, we would recommend that she be the only dog in the home so that all the love and cuddles are for her which is what she would want.

Can you offer this lovely girl a loving and permanent new home?