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Spike (Rescue Remedies, Kent)

28th June 2013

Spike (Rescue Remedies, Kent)

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This is Spike and he is a Staffy boy of around 10 years old with a beautiful white coat and adorable spotted ears. He was picked up as a stray is now being cared for at Rescue Remedies until he finds his perfect family and home.

Spike was initially a bit worried in kennels, shooting out the door if given the opportunity, but he is now much more settled. He is a wonderful example of the Stafford breed, a smiling lad who adores company. He loves being out and about and is not ready for retirement just yet. He still has a lot of living to do, thank you!

Despite what his name suggests, Spike is really just a big softie. He can live with children and could share his home with another dog, but not with cats. He travels well in the car although he can initially be a bit vocal!

Spike would love to be part of a family again. He would like a secure garden in his new home as he can be a bit of an escape artist. He is neutered, chipped and vaccinated. You can see a very cute video of him watching his friend going swimming (without partaking himself) by following this link.

Spike is completely housetrained and is an amenable boy who likes to give kisses. He would suit a first-time dog owner or family.

If you would like to find out more about Spike, please visit his thread on the Rescue Remedies website where you can see lots more pictures of him as well.

If you can offer him either a permanent or foster home, please complete the Rescue Remedies online homing questionnaire.

Please mention that you saw Spike on the Oldies Club website.

Tags: Active Oldie, Calmer and Quieter, Good with kids, Good with other dogs, Medium Sized, South East, Staffy or Bully

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