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Tanner Tanner Tanner

Tanner at Staffie Smiles Rescue

A Male Red brindle Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 7 years

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets

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Pet Location: Tanner is in a foster home

Tanner was rehomed from our rescue when he was about 2yrs old. Sadly he has found himself back in a pound situation again at the age of 7years old. Tanner has done nothing wrong, we were informed that there was a family break up. Tanners was still chip with our details, we had no hesitation in getting him back to us.

We would like to thank the kennel staff that help Tanner when he most needed it, he is now back in our care and he will never be in that situation again.

I like
The kennel staff that looked after me when I was scared and alone. I love my cuddles

The type of home I'm looking for
A home that won't let me down and that will keep me safe and loved. I need to be the only dog in the home just now but I have been out walking with dogs i am getting to know. I have put on a few pounds and I am not as quick as I used to be but my foster mum said this doesn't matter as I am now soooooo happy.

I'm good with...
I love people and have lived with children but I am not keen on cats. I am a good boy and I can be left for a few hours on my own and I give the best staffie loving.

Tanner Adoption Form

Kane Kane Kane

Kane at Staffie Smiles Rescue

A Male Fawn Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross who is age 1 year old

Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Kane is in kennels near Dundee

I like
everything and everybody but I get a bit overexcited and I need to work on my impulse control.

The type of home I'm looking for
I am a young pup and very playful, I need help and guidance from my owner when I get excited I forget and can be a bit mouthy but I do stop when asked. I need an owner that will take me to training classes and work on this with me........play, play, play fun fun fun.

I'm good with...
The dogs I have met while in rescue, I do listen and I love learning

Kane Adoption Form

EDDIE EDDIE EDDIE

EDDIE at Staffie Smiles Rescue

A Male Brindle Staffordshire Bull Terrier (SBT) who is age 7 years

Not Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Eddie is in a foster home

I like
Eddie has been great with the dogs he has been tested within the kennels. He walks great on the lead. He is such a sweet loving boy.
Eddie was with us in 2013, sadly he was found abandoned and because his chip details were in our name the police were able to bring him back to us. (Eddies owner is nowhere to be found) so we can’t ask what has happened. Eddie is in good condition and is still a very happy sweet boy it’s just sad for us all that this has happened but especially Eddie.

Our lovely gent Eddie has been meeting up for walkies with a staffie pal KeevaπŸ’•. Eddie enjoyed Keeva's company had a relaxed walk together πŸ‚πŸƒπŸΎ


The type of home I'm looking for
I am looking for a home that will give me nice walks and keep me safe, can walk with other dogs but need to be the only pet in my home. Older kids 12+

I'm good with...
All of the dogs I have met so far. I liked the police that helped me, they were really nice.

When you adopt a staffie from us, the rescue does state that if for any reason you are not able to keep a dog at anytime after adopting we will take that dog back, this did not need to happen.

We will make sure that wee Eddie gets a home with a family that will truly love and cherish him forever .


EDDIE Adoption Form

Ade Ade Ade

Ade at Staffie Smiles Rescue

A Male Dark Brindle Staffordshire Bull Terrier (SBT) who is age 4 year old

Not Good With Other Pets Not Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Ade is in kennels near Edinburgh

History
Ade came in with his brother from a bad situation, they were both frighted and thin. Ades brother was rehomed as while in foster the brothers got well and started to get a bit cheeky with each other. it was thought that rehoming them as only dogs was better for them.

I like
I am a very happy boy, i like having fun, fun, fun, oooh and food, oh ah and my humans. I have a cheeky side to me but i am a lovabull rough with a huge heart.

The type of home I'm looking for
I need to be an only dog in the home, I used to live with my brother I loved him but we had a few disagreements so I am now doing better on my own.

I would like a family with bull-breed experience that can help me to keep up the training I have learned so far.

I'm good with...
I am really good on the lead, I take direction really well from my handlers and I keep being told how clever I am, I really love learning and I give the best kisses and cuddles.

Ade is now on a training Program with Paws for Progress the staff on the course said he is a very clever boy and is one of the favorites on the course.

read more about what I am up to here at pawsforprogress.co.uk

Ade Adoption Form

Boo Boo Boo

Boo at Staffie Smiles Rescue

A Female White Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 18 moths old

Good With Children Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Boo is in a foster home in the central belt of Scotland

BOO was rehomed by the rescue when she was 7 mths old, sadly due to a change in the family she has had to come back to the rescue.
Boo is currently in a foster home with a male SBT, she will be there until we feel she is ready to be rehomed.

Boo is looking for an active home, with older kids 10+. This wee girl needs some work on her basic training. She is a typical staffie sweet, loving and totally adorable but she can also be strong-willed and cheeky. shes a bit out of sorts just now and we are sure in time she will settle down and relax. she is getting lots of routine and love in her foster home

from her previous owner
Boo is amazing with other dogs. She's walked with 10-15 dogs every day. She gets approx 3hrs walking each day. She's still young and needs some training,
She picked up commands really well.

Boo Adoption Form

Kimba Kimba Kimba

Kimba at Staffie Smiles Rescue

A Male Fawn/tan Staffordshire Bull Terrier (SBT) cross who is age 6 years old

Good With Children Not Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Kimba is in kennels near Edinburgh

They say i am a handsome boy who knows some basic commands, i am loving and very affectionate and i love my home comforts. I am ok with some dogs and not with others, the rescue are training me to use a muzzle which will help me when i pass by dogs when i am out walking.

I had an injury to my tail so the vet said it was best to remove it, this doesn't stop me from wagging my wee tail that is left when I am happy. I needed to get some teeth removed so a lovely family offered to help me while I got this done. I was in a foster home for 2 weeks, I loved my foster home, they said I was a good house guest, my favourite spot was being upside down on the sofa.

Sadly I am now back in kennels but I would love to be in a home again soon. could you help me, please x

from a volunteer ....
when at the kennels we meet this handsome boy....we all fell in love with him. He was great with my children, aged 6 and 14year old. He loved running up and down the paddock playing fetch with his ball, he was so good with everyone. It was lovely to see him so happy.

I like
I love to play with my ball as you can see from the photos. I also love my food and the staff say this helps with training me.

The type of home I'm looking for
A home that has bullbreed experience and that will be able to help me with my training, I have been taught to strip tree branches, I get really excited by this so it is a work in progress for me.
Kids should be 10+ as I could knock them over.

I'm good with...
my humans and sofa surfing

Kimba Adoption Form

Boris Boris Boris

Boris at Staffie Smiles Rescue

A Male Dark Brown Staffordshire Bull Terrier (SBT) who is age 18 months old

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Boris is in a foster home near Edinburgh

πŸ• He is dog-friendly, no bother round other dogs. he has lived in a foster home with willow a female SBT cross.

πŸ• Lovely to walk, he trots along beautifully and doesn't pull.

πŸ• He's only young and smart cookie. He's always trying to be on his best behavior! Can you help this lovely young lad??

I like
My doggie friends when out walking, I love my foster mum oh and my treats

The type of home I'm looking for
I would like a home with another dog (female) as I like the company, I am still a young pup and i get excited so any training helps me to relax.

I'm good with...
All the dogs i have been walking with, i am crate trained and love company.

Hi Everyone,
I thought I'd send another update on handsome Boris! He's been doing really well working on separation - he used to follow us around the flat like a shadow, and he still loves to be with you, but now comfortable to be in different rooms. We are usually in the flat with him, but for the few hours a week we do need to leave the flat we haven't left him outside the crate yet, so will have to see how he does in the next week. He has visited a friend's apartment and a jewellery shop and was very excited, but lovely to all the people he's met. He's been doing so well on walks, friendly to almost every dog he meets. We did meet a large male boxer the other day, and as with other large male dogs, Boris isn't aggressive, but seems to be scared of them and looks to us for assurance. Similarly, when he's in large crowds or on busy streets he slows down a bit and prefers to walk right beside you. He's not been worried about any loud noises, like hairdryers, blenders or washing machines, although we haven't tried him around a vacuum yet. We walked right by a cat the other day and Boris seemed very interested so maybe not good with cats.
Finally, my favorite note: When he's sleeping and starts to make grumbling noises as if he's having a nightmare, if you gently stroke his head without waking him up he calms right down <3

Boris Adoption Form

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Boxer Welfare Scotland
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Dog Aid Society of Scotland
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Dogs Trust - Glasgow
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Dogs Trust - West Calder
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Doodle Trust
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Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre
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Edinburgh Cat Protection League
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Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home
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Fairly Beloved Rabbit Care
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Fife Rottweiler Rescue
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German Shepherd Rescue Scotland
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Greyhound Awareness League
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Greyhound Rescue Fife
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Huskies in Need
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KWK9 Rescue
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Labrador Retriever Rescue Scotland
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PADS - Perthshire Abandoned Dogs Society
(visit their website)

Paws2Rescue
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Pet Fostering Service Scotland
(visit their website)

Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue
(visit their website)

Saints Sled Dog Rescue
(visit their website)

Save A Staffie Scotland
(visit their website)

Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary
(visit their website)

Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue
(visit their website)

Second Chance Kennels
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Second Chances German Shepherd Rescue
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Staffie Smiles Rescue
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Staffordshire Rescue Scotland
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Sunny Harbour Cat & Kitten Rescue
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The New Arc
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Underheugh Ark Rescue
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West Scotland Retired Greyhound Trust
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