Samson - at the Staffie Smiles Rescue needs a new home
Below is Samson . they are in need of a new home. please visit the shelter's website to view their requirements and advice before contacting to rehome.
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Staffie Smiles Rescue
A Male Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 9 yrs old
Name - Samson
Age - 9 years young
Kids - older
Dogs - so far he has been fine with the dogs he has met
Cats - unassessed
History : Owner died leaving him alone and in the pound
A bit more about me :
I am an older boy who likes to potter around, i am a bit over weight and could do with loosing a few pounds. I walk lovely on my lead, i met a few dogs at the kennels and i liked walking with them. I would like a home that i can relax and live out the rest of my life safe and loved.
from one of our volunteer dog walkers Sarah:
Went and took wee Samson out for a walk, he’s just amazing. He was so gentle and loved walking with Ethan who’s 3 and a half. He was really good with buddy(my sbt boy), he wasn’t to bothered about him as he was just so excited to be out for a walk so they had a wee sniff then walked great with each other. A huge human lover, couldn’t stop coming over for cuddles! No bother at all, what an amazing wee dog. As you can see he is a tad overweight so he was knackered after 5 minutes of walking but he still plodded along fine. Very quiet and calm, doesn’t jump or pull on the lead. A wee sweetheart💙💙
Type of home needed: 🐶❗️
He could possibly live with a calm older dog, older kids that will not pester him and a cosy warm bed. This boy is no bother at all, he has the sweetest nature and keeps coming to you for reassurance and a cuddle. We are currently looking for a foster home for him.
9 yrs old
SCOTTISH REGISTERED CHARITY - SC045602
Samson Adoption Form