you want your dog rehomed
If you do end up in a situation where
you have absolutely no choice but to re-home your puppy or
adult dog then please contact us. We only rehome Staffordsire
Bull Terriers. If you have a different breed then contact
If you obtained your dog from a Breeder then you should contact
the breeder. A good responsible Breeder will take back a dog
they have bred at any point in it's life. Give them a call
and ask for help. If the Breeder refuses to help you, then
contact the Kennel
Club and report the Breeder to them.
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 suitable
new home has been found. 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 it would be beneficial
if you would have your dog spayed or neutered before being
given over to the Rescue.
In emergency cases we can arrange to take a dog into foster
you want to offer a
home to a rescue dog
Not every Staffordshire Bull Terrier
in our care is on our website, as some dogs may be subject
to court cases. Please email us if you are interested in rehoming
one of our dogs. We have dogs coming into our Rescue all the
time and if we do not have what you are looking for, chances
are that in the very near future we will have.
Some of our dogs are also being being nursed back to full
health, being trained and also being socialised by our team
of dedicated and experienced volunteers.
Importantly, ALL of our dogs are assessed in a family situation
and with other dogs before being rehomed.
Animals cannot be reserved or rehomed by telephone or online.
Our rehoming fee is £150. Included in this cost are
Initial vaccinations, flea and worming treatment and spaying
Access to our behaviour advice line, for continued advice
The following is a list of guidelines/rules for anyone
considering rehoming one of our Staffordshire Bull Terriers:
The animal is put in your care on the condition that the
following conditions are understood and adhered to.
If for any reason and at any time you are unable to keep
the said dog, it must be returned to the Staffordshire Bull
Under no circumstances may this animal be passed into other
hands or destroyed without the permission of the SBT Rescue,
unless, in a veterinary surgeon's opinion such a course is
required on "Medical Grounds", in which case a certificate
must be obtained.
The animal must be housed indoors or in accommodation approved
by the SBT Rescue. The dog must be properly cared for and
have qualified treatment provided in the case of illness or
accident and have yearly inoculations.
At no time must the animal be allowed out without adult supervision
or without a lead, unless being exercised in an open space
under close supervision. The dog must wear a disc showing
your name, address and/or telephone number.
An authorised member of the SBT Rescue must be allowed to
visit your home if deemed necessary, at a convenient time,
to ensure the animal is happy and settled and if in the opinion
of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue the terms of the
agreement are not being adhered to, that person may without
interference repossess the animal.
If the animal is lost or stolen, you must inform the SBT Rescue
The dog will have been microchipped prior to homing and the
new owner's name and address will be on the computer database.
In the event of a change of address, or the death of the animal,
the new owner should contact Petlog as indicated in the microchipping
You should not leave the animal unsupervised at any time when
there are children present.
We strongly recommend that you take out third party liability
insurance. Your House Insurance Policy may include this so
enquire at the Company which insures your house.
If you require any further information or have any questions
at all, please contact::
Finally, we thank you for considering one of our dogs in
our Rescue, for rehoming.