10 weeks
Staffordshire Bull terrier
Tan and Lilac
Living with Children:
A home with Dog savvy children would be considered
Living with Dogs/Cats:
A home with other pets will be considered
Ideal Home Situation:
A loving family with time to dedicate to my needs/ training.
I require:
Puppy training/ Future neutering/ Someone around for most of the day

Turner and Hooch are our gorgeous Staffy pups, who after a tragic start to life, are looking for loving families of their own!

At an estimated 10 weeks of age, we are eager to find these sweethearts some wonderful homes, with adopters ready to give them new starts, receiving all the love and puppy guidance they need and deserve.

These boys are still very young and we are pleased to say that despite their traumatic journey, they have remained happy and confident, already showing off their silly and slightly cheeky puppy personalities. Their ideal homes would be with adopters who are ready to take on all the puppy training requirements that come with their cuteness, such as toilet training, puppy classes and socialisation when they are old enough. Children and other pets will be considered, so long as appropriate introductions are made – they will need to be confident and tolerant of puppy play and mouthing, as well as their size when fully grown.

Adoption pack and considerations:

Our adoption process for puppies is expected to be 2 weeks maximum – this is to carry out our initial checks and a viewing at the centre – an adoption will be expected to take place within 7 days of a successful viewing.

Adoption fee is £600, inclusive of initial health checks, flea and worming treatment, vaccinations, future neutering + 1 month PetPlan insurance, 1 weeks worth of food & a £50 voucher to spend on adoption essentials in our on-site shop.

Both pups will be fully vaccinated prior to adoption. As they are un-neutered, existing female dogs in the home will need to be neutered. Adopters should be happy to return to the centre when they reach an appropriate age for this procedure to be carried out (please note, that homes further than a 1.5 hr travel distance, will need to arrange this procedure with their own local vets, and provide proof once complete – a neuter voucher towards the cost can be provided, which may not cover the full fee).

To be considered please complete an application form below, naming Turner and Hooch.

 Separate homes needed – we will not consider rehoming both puppies to the same home.

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