Facts About Us
Breed English Staffys
Age 4 yrs
Size 21 kgs
More About Us
People regularly fall in love with the dogs and receive frequent comments about how cute they are.
Their new owners needs to be relatively active and able to handle two strong dogs at once while walking. They will also need to be affectionate and doggy focused.
As the dogs are people orientated they need to be part of family activities.
They will not suit homes with residents that are very young, frail, elderly, renters, full time workers or time poor.
Medium - playful and moderately active (can miss a daily walk).
When ON a lead ...
They are easy to walk and are obedient unless distracted - which is normal.
When OFF a lead ...
Sometimes good and sometimes bad - they usually stay close by but can get distracted by other dogs.
Type of Yard Required
Medium to large interesting and secure.
Tolerance to Being Alone During the Day
They are usually quiet and rarely make a sound.
Will alert to something strange but are not currently a nuisance barkers.
They will suit any of the following:
Likes, Dislikes, Fears, Endearments and Quirks
Rocky and Max are excitable around other dogs and new friends may not understand this eagerness to play. Hence, their responsible owners only let one off the lead at a time so no one is overwhelmed.
Max - loyal, affectionate and good at alerting to strange noises. He is a little less 'needy' when it comes to cuddles but is still a loving, dependable little shadow.
Rocky - is a very happy go lucky boy. Sweet natured and enjoys cuddling up closely to get warm. He loves going for walks and knows when it is time - as soon as the jacket goes on he spins in little circles with excitment.
Both loves the water (beach, river etc), fetching balls, eating bones, eating in general, drives in the car and playing with the hose. They dislike people raising their voices, being left alone for extended periods of time, temperature extremes and boredom.
Cannot be separated after adoption in accordance with the Dog Adoption Terms and Conditions. Dog Adoption may ask for updates from time to time.
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