RSPCA Dogs & Puppies For Adoption - Craven & Keighley District
Age: 5 YEARS APPROX
Breed: STAFF CROSS
*Patch is being advertised on behalf of RSPCA Lancashire East Branch. If you would like more information or to arrange a viewing, please visit their website here*
Patch is your typical, loving staffy cross, who loves everybody! She is a clever girl, so her new family must be willing to provide daily walking and training. Due to her excitable nature we think that children of secondary school age would be best for her, however this will depend on appropriate introductions conducted at the centre. No dogs or cats for Patch in her forever home, as although she makes the right decisions around dogs, we believe that she would prefer to be an only pet. Patch is in season currently, so please have this in mind if you are interested in her, as this factor will slow the adoption process.
Age: 5 YEARS APPROX
Breed: CROSS BREED
*Lassie is being advertised on behalf of RSPCA Lancashire East Branch. If you would like more information or to arrange a viewing, please visit their website here*
Poor little Lassie has had a very unsettled life before joining us at the centre, which involved being passed from person to person. She can be a little unsure of new people and new situations (who can blame her) and she shows this by being vocal. She can also become very excitable when stimulated, however this reduces once she gets to know you. Lassie is a very clever girl who responds well to training. Therefore Lassie needs an experienced owner who has the time to build a bond with her, exercise her correctly and provide her with the training she needs. It would be best for her if she was the only pet, with no children in the home.
Age: 6 YEARS APPROX.
*Sasha is being advertised on behalf of RSPCA Lancashire East Branch. If you would like more information or to arrange a viewing, please visit their website here*
Sasha is a sweet natured dog who loves people and enjoys her food. She has previously lived with cats and we are confident that as long as the cats are used to being round dogs she should be fine. Sasha has also lived with children previously but because of her playful nature and the fact that she may knock small children down, we feel that a home with secondary school age children would be better. Sasha loves her fellow dogs at the centre and we feel that with the correct introduction she should be fine living in a home with another dog. This lovely lady just wants and deserves a special home and family, could Sasha fit in to your family?