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Six-week-old Staffie cross pups Jasmine, Jack, Jonny, and Jenson arrived at the RSPCA’s Millbrook Animal Centre, in Chobham, Surrey, on 11 December.

They were signed over into the charity’s care after their owners - who hadn’t planned a litter - were struggling to cope.

Pup with nurse

Six-week-old Staffie cross pups Jasmine, Jack, Jonny, and Jenson arrived at the RSPCA’s Millbrook Animal Centre, in Chobham, Surrey, on 11 December.

They were signed over into the charity’s care after their owners - who hadn’t planned a litter - were struggling to cope.

RSPCA pup

Six-week-old Staffie cross pups Jasmine, Jack, Jonny, and Jenson arrived at the RSPCA’s Millbrook Animal Centre, in Chobham, Surrey, on 11 December.

They were signed over into the charity’s care after their owners - who hadn’t planned a litter - were struggling to cope.

RSPCA staffie pups

Six-week-old Staffie cross pups Jasmine, Jack, Jonny, and Jenson arrived at the RSPCA’s Millbrook Animal Centre, in Chobham, Surrey, on 11 December.

They were signed over into the charity’s care after their owners - who hadn’t planned a litter - were struggling to cope.

RSPCA pups

Six-week-old Staffie cross pups Jasmine, Jack, Jonny, and Jenson arrived at the RSPCA’s Millbrook Animal Centre, in Chobham, Surrey, on 11 December.

They were signed over into the charity’s care after their owners - who hadn’t planned a litter - were struggling to cope.

Unlucky dog Sam the Staffie is searching for a home after waiting ONE YEAR

‘Young at heart’ Sam the Staffie has watched 134 dogs be rehomed before him
This month marks Sam’s one year anniversary in RSPCA care - that’s 365 days of waiting to find his forever home.

Sam, the 13-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier, came into the care of RSPCA South Godstone in Surrey after his owners circumstances changed and they could no longer care for him.

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Link

Nine-year-old Staffie cross Link is an intelligent and active boy who is also a little sensitive. He’s very frightened of loud noises and is looking for new owners who can continue his training to build his confidence. He’s currently at RSPCA Woodchurch Animal Centre in Kent. He loves fuss and attention, and could live with children but would be best as the only pet. For more information visit his online profile.

Lola 3

Who could resist Staffie Lola’s incredible Dumbo ears!? This one-year-old is an excitable but friendly dog who needs help with some basic training. She was rescued by the RSPCA as her owners could not properly feed her. She’s always on the go and is quite bouncy so would be best in an adult-only home with no other pets. She’s at Macclesfield, South East Cheshire & Buxton branch. Call 01246 273358 for more details.

Paw-some pooch Fred hoping to bowl over new owner!

Staffie Fred is a good catch and is on the hunt for a new home

This handsome chap is Fred and he’s struggling to find a home. ‘Hozat?’ I hear you ask...

The 10-year-old Staffie arrived at the RSPCA’s Leybourne Animal Centre, in Kent, in September when his owners could no longer care for him.

Fred - like his cricketing legend namesake Freddie Flintoff - loves nothing more than a game of throw and catch so is hoping to bowl over a new owner.

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Fred 3

This handsome chap is Fred and he’s struggling to find a home.

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