Facts About Me
Breed Staffy Cross
Age 1yr 2 mths
Size 30 kgs
More About Me
Likes, Dislikes, Fears, Endearments and Quirks
This affectionate, quiet, young staffy (1yr) is good with dogs, cats and kids.
Marley likes exercise, playing with other dogs and spending time with her family. Like most intelligent young dogs, she needs mental stimulation otherwise may dig or chew - especially if alone for long periods.
Marley is social and friendly with other dogs and enthusiastically rushes into another dog's space wanting to say hello in a friendly manner.
Active singles or couples, perhaps with older kids, home more often than not looking for a friendly, social young companion.
Marley would like another friendly dog for company but this is not essential.
While Marley is good with kids (and loves playing with them) we recommend homes where any kids are at least teenagers and only if gentle and calm around dogs. No dog deserves to be rough housed or exposed to a loud, chaotic environment.
Marley will not suit homes where people live in very close proximity to each other with small outside areas e.g. villas, units, apartment complexes, terrace houses, strata complexes etc.
As Marley is people orientated she needs to be part of family activities.
Marley will not suit homes with residents that are:
Tolerance to Being Alone During the Day
Quiet and rarely makes a sound
Marley will suit any of the following:
Marley is currently fine alone for half the day then becomes bored however, she is in a small yard with a busy family.
High. Marley needs daily good quality exercise and mental stimulation.
Type of Yard Required
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