Happy Staffie Rescue - Staffordshire Bull Terrier rescue

Area Covered:

Shropshire, Worcestershire, West Midlands

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Charity Number: 1132578

Waterloo House
Castle Terrace
WV16 4AH

Telephone: 0843 289 6163
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Website: http://www.happystaffierescue.org.uk
About the Charity:

Staffordshire Bull Terriers will end up in rescue for many different reasons. These can include abuse and neglect, abandonment, financial or circumstantial change or simply just not being wanted anymore. So many Staffies that enter rescue are still very young and have simply gone past that cute puppy stage. Many will also fall into the other unwanted dog group, the older dog, often supplanted by a new puppy in the family home.
This is why we believe a Staffie breed specific rescue that offers secure shelter, health/temperament assessment, veterinary treatment, a non destruction policy, active re-homing program and public education will provide a public benefit.

Mission Statement: The dedicated team of unpaid volunteers that created Happy Staffie Rescue believe that every dog deserves help and a second chance of a happy and secure life.
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"I wish there was more charities like this , I was reading up on the website 2 days ago , i thought to myself that maybe I could help, so iv rung up and been down to the shelter and am hopefully getting a house visit soon as I'm adopting a Staffie."
"I am so glad there are people out there who care about Staffies and love them."
"I think it is amazing that there is a charity specifically for this amazing and very mis-understood breed. They are the most loving and friendly dogs I know! People are so irresponsible in getting dogs and not being prepared for the commitment having a dog entails."
"Great, I think a Staffie rescue in the local area is definitely needed."

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