Nine dogs including inseparable pair looking for a loving home in the West Midlands | TeamDogs

Nine dogs including inseparable pair looking for a loving home in the West Midlands

Two of these dogs come as a pair but there are many others who are in need of rehoming across the area

Charlotte Regen

Posted 2 months ago ago

Have you got what it takes to adopt a duo of dogs, one with a life-long medical condition or a golden oldie looking for some home comforts?

If so, you're in the right place as TeamDogs has found an adorable selection of pooches who are all desperate to shower you with their love.

Some of these dogs are older and looking for a comforting home to live out the rest of their lives happily ever after.

READ MORE: Welcome to the Midlands dog rescue club helping older Staffordshire Bull Terriers find their 'furever' home

Others come as a package and some might need some extra love and care due to medical conditions.

So if you think you could offer one of these dogs a loving home then get in touch with the relevant rescue centres, where you can find out more about each dog.

Senior Staffy Club


Roxy (Image: Senior Staffy Club)

Sweet, gentle Roxy has ended up in rescue because of a relationship breakdown. She is pretty with tan and white colouring.

Roxy is currently in the Worcester kennels.


Rosie (Image: Senior Staffy Club)

Rosie is nine-years-old was found abandoned in an empty house.

She is currently in the Worcester kennels.


Arlo (Image: Senior Staffy Club)

Arlo is an eight-year-old brindle Staffy Cross whose owner died, leaving him alone. Initially, he was taken in by Manchester Dogs Home, which asked SSC to take over his care and rehoming. Arlo has quickly become a firm favourite with the volunteer dog walkers. Arlo is currently in Stoke.


Buttercup (Image: Senior Staffy Club)

Buttercup is in foster near Birmingham, where she is happy but has to have surgery before being adopted.


Fletch (Image: Senior Staffy Club)

Fletch is having some assessment in the home with the charity’s founder, Kate, who says: “Fletch has had a busy day as we have had visitors to the house. He was a good boy, a little enthusiastic at times but only in a good way


Fudge (Image: Senior Staffy Club)

Fudge, who ended up in rescue when her family lost their home, is enjoying life in Oxfordshire. Fudge’s foster mom says: “Fudge has a very sweet nature, friendly, playful, relaxed around strangers and greets visitors to the house calmly. She likes cheese, pigs’ ears, tripe, and lots of fuss and bum scratches.”

Ravens Rescue

Harry and George

Harry and George (Image: Ravens Rescue UK)

Harry and George are really sweet boys who are aged six and seven.

They are super friendly and no bother at all, however, they must be homed together.

Wildacre rescue


Tyson (Image: Wild Acre Rescue)

Tyson was born in 2016. He is a gorgeous Staffy crossed with a labrador. He is looking for his forever home and needs to be the only pet in the house. His new home will have to be an adult-only home with no visiting children including teenagers.

He is the most loving dog ever. Tyson loves fuss and will nudge you constantly for it and loves chest and belly rubs. He loves his long walks, gets on well with other dogs while out, adores people and walks well on his harness. He is a very intelligent boy, he sits, waits, stays, shakes a paw and loves going out in the car.

Tyson is an active boy who loves to play ball or play with toys - his favourite being his cuddly duck which he throws around the garden playing catch by himself.

He is so good at the vets the staff all love him! He has been neutered and vaccinated.

Homecheck and adoption fee applies.

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