Roxy (Stafffie)

Skip – Jack Russel

Skip, is a 13 year old jack Russel who was found alone, scared and malnourished, a little bag of bones in a field. Unfortunately no one came forward to collect him, and the kennels were no place for this sweet old boy, who just needed a chance to live out his life.

Skip was taken in for care and has all of his damaged and worn out teeth removed and polished.
Given a second chance, Skip, is now living his life in care and comfort.

He is in a long-term foster home now for the rest of his days, so we will support him until the very end with any vet bills. Skip is a very cherished boy now and we are so pleased he will live out his days being truly loved.



Roxy – Staffie

After Roxy’s owner was sent to prisoner, she was sadly left behind in the flat that she used to be cared for in. After the landlord got in touch with us, based on his concern that a larger charity would put Roxy down, because of her older age, as well as being a rather anxious dog in personality.

Sadly Roxy was covered in her own urine and had extremely sore skin from the flea bites she was suffering with, based on her lack of care and increased anxiety effecting her health. Unfortunately
she now has the early stages of cancer forming, so we hope to make the last of her moments as comfortable as possible, whilst she is with us. She loves soft blankets and cuddles and is
genuinely a sweet girl.

Ellie (Staffie)

A sweet dog at heart, Ellie is a 14 year old Staffie, who was left with another dog in a flat for a few
weeks, alone and confused as to why her original owners had left her. Both of the dogs came into our care, but it was clear, Ellie had lost a lot of weight and was forming cancerous lumps on her leg.

Thankfully Ellie has gone into long-term fostering now, where we cover her food and vet bills. She is a very much cherished member of our pack and is loved dearly. It’s lovely to see her happy and
comfortable now.

Her little friend, Tyson, was also – too a loving family. Ellie however unfortunately has cancer and sometimes she can lose her footing, the tumour cannot be removed and sadly her
time is limited somewhat. She is extremely happy at the moment and enjoying the comforts of a loving home to spend the rest of her days.