Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue
you wish to own a Staffordshire Bull Terrier? Let me tell
you now this a special breed of canine, "Are you a special
breed of human?. If so continue!!
was forged in fire and the fire produced a Dog of Steel. Like
his mind and body his friendship is unquestioning. He will
be the worlds biggest clown or equally a most trustworthy
companion. They also possess
that great attribute of forgiveness, in that no matter what
has happened previously in their life with humans, each chapter
starts anew with unending love and trust in his human friend.
I have known Staffordshire bull terriers whose presence
have lit up all that comes within their aura, and we the human
are richer for this canine gift. He, "The Staffordshire
bull terrier" raises our conciousness in that we the
human strive to possess those traits which seem so natural
in this breed, "Dignity, Trust, and Hope,"
I sometimes think the saying,
"Hope springs eternal" was penned by a Staffordshire
bull terrier for they are the epitome of Hope no matter what
lies behind them, "They will walk forward, head held
high, searching for the next human touch of comfort and acceptance"
You may think this parable, "Fanciful?"
If so then you have never known the deep emotions raised by
having contact with this breed.
They may not be a dog for ALL
but they are ALL dog and so much more but that is for you
to find out, and us lucky enough to have the Staffordshire
bull terrier in our lives to know.
by Housedog, aka Jim
Here at Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue, we are an
entirely voluntary organisation. We are totally dependent
on donations and fundraising efforts.
Dogs are put into the Rescue organisations for a number
of reasons. Some are abused, abandoned, neglected or just
unwanted. We also get them in rescue because the owners are
genuinely unable to look after them through no fault of their
Due to overbreeding, many Staffordshire Bull Terriers are
ending up in the Council Pounds or Rescues. If you are looking
for a dog or a pup, please consider one of the dogs in our
All our dogs are spayed / neutered, microchipped, fully
vaccinated, wormed and and flea treated, before re-homing.
All the dogs are also rehomed with a rehoming pack.
To provide help to Staffordshire Bull Terriers and
their owners. We offer advice and information to the owners
and help with re-homing dogs if necessary.
We have limited facilities for rehoming dogs, with limited
space and limited Foster Carers. If you wish to have your
dog re-homed, providing you are able to provide good care
for your dog, they should remain with you until a Rescue space
becomes available. By remaining in familiar surroundings,
this will cause less stress to your dog who may have a difficult
time ahead adjusting to new people and places. We always
have our dogs spayed and neutered, so if you are asking us
to helping rehome your dog it would be beneficial if you would
have your dog spayed or neutered and vaccinated before being
given over to the Rescue.
The dog will have been microchipped prior to homing and the
new owner's name and address will be on the Rescue's computer
database. All dogs remain microchipped to the rescue and in
the event of a change of address, or the death of the animal
the new owner should contact SBT Rescue so that we can update
SBT Rescue does not rehome directly from Pounds or Kennels.
ALL dogs are brought into our Rescue and placed in Foster
Homes, where they are fully assessed, spayed or castrated,
vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea treated, BEFORE
being put up for rehoming.