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Lilly - at the Staffie Smiles Rescue needs a new home


Below is Lilly . they are in need of a new home. please visit the shelter's website to view their requirements and advice before contacting to rehome.

Please take very careful consideration when considering rehoming. Visit the shelter's website and check their guidance and criteria to ensure you meet them.

If you do contact a shelter please mention you found the pet through Rescue Scottish Pets

Lilly Lilly

Lilly at Staffie Smiles Rescue

A Female Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 16 months old

Contact Shelter Adoption Form

Shelter Location: Various Locations

Sex

Female

Age

16 months old

Currently in a foster home 

LILY, female
AGE -16 months old
KIDS - No. 
DOGS - she is selective but can be easily distracted 
CATS - No 

Lilly arrived with us from a local pound, She is been assessed while in her foster home. 

        I am a very clever girl, I love learning and I pick up things easily. 

🐕 I am great in the house, I can be left for a few hours while your out I will sleep and dream about you coming home. 

🐕 I love my walks but I like my space so no other dogs please as they scare me. 

Lily was taken to the pound as a stray, Because of this Lily was very scared when she 1st came in and we have been working with her to gain her trust. We found out that Lilly hasn't had the best start in her life she was seen being beaten by some teenagers who were trying to make her fight. Lilly wouldn't do it so they beat her more. luckily for her, she got away from them and ended up being picked up by a dog warden. 

In a matter of weeks, this beautiful girl has come out of her shell and sparkled like a diamond. Lilly is currently in a foster home where she is proving to be a fantastic wee girl. 
Lilly has so much potential, she is eager to please and is very, very clever, Lilly picks up commands so easily, she loves learning and melts our hearts with her eagerness to please. She's great in the home and can be left for a few hours and isn't destructive. She loves playing with toys, this is so lovely to watch. 

Lilly is unsure around other dogs, this is improving with training classes and the correct handling. She can also get spooked with new noises like cars backfiring, so because of this, she will not be re-homed with kids. 

from Joanne - lily's foster mum 

Hello! My name is Lily! I am a little 16-month-old pupper looking for my forever home. The first humans I had were cruel and beat me up. I had a broken tail which is kinda crooked now but some say it's quirky and cute. My foster human thinks there must be some hocus pocus going on as she says I am far too booootiful to be real! When I was in the pound I was so scared I wouldn't let anyone near me but now I love to meet people. I am just young and love to learn, I have been learning for a week now and know lots of tricks, and have so much more to learn. I walk nicely on a lead and neck collar. I know not to sit on the couch. I wait
politely for my food. I do like to sleep in the big bed though, and I sleep all through the night with the occasional snore I am not used to other four-legged creatures at the moment but I know I can work on that. I hope there is a family just right for me out there somewhere xxxx

We started a bit of off-lead training today. Little bits at a time! We also walked right past a dog (with lead on) and continued to \walk nice\. Hands down the cleverest dog I've ever been around!

Lilly needs a bull breed experienced home who will challenge her both mentally and physically and give her the one to one time needs, this wee girl is bursting with love and she deserves her own family, will you give Lilly the chance she needs?

SCOTTISH REGISTERED CHARITY -  SC045602

Lilly Adoption Form


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Greyhound Rescue Fife
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Pet Fostering Service Scotland
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Saints Sled Dog Rescue
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Save A Staffie Scotland
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Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary
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Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue
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Second Chance Kennels
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Second Chances German Shepherd Rescue
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Staffie Smiles Rescue
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Staffordshire Rescue Scotland
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