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Yoda - 1 year old SBT cross British Bulldog - Lovely and sweet boy

Discussion in 'Dog Rescue and Adoption' started by FriendsOfTheAnimalsRCT, Apr 14, 2011.


  1. FriendsOfTheAnimalsRCT

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    Yoda is a handsome 1 year old British Bulldog cross Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Yoda came into us about a year ago as a young pup from an unsold litter. He was homed but has unfortunately had to be returned to us recently.

    He is a smashing lad who is very sociable and friendly. Sadly, due to a tragic incident with another dog, he cannot be homed with young children, cats or small dogs.
    Yoda is however wonderful with older children and larger dogs.

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    He is a very happy-go-lucky dog who loves to play! He finds great joy in opening doors, cupboards and most recently, his fosterer's fridge. However, he is so cute, it is so hard to tell him off because a) he gives you one of those cute faces and b) he will then roll over onto his back and beg forgiveness - hard to tell a dog off when you are having giggling fits!!

    Yoda loves soft materials and will rub up against his fosterer when she is wearing her fluffy dressing gown. He also has a fetish for fluffy socks and slippers and will take them to put in his bed for him to sleep on!

    He is very sociable, and loves the company of both dogs and people - the more attention the better for this stunning boy. He is big (weight-wise) so bear this in mind if you apply to adopt him.

    Yoda is house trained, crate trained and has excellent manners when his bulldog arrogance will allow.

    Yoda has been neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped. He is currently on foster in Redditch but we home across the UK.

    If you're interested in adopting Yoda, please read our adoption guidelines and procedure;
    Animals For Adoption - www.friendsoftheanimalsrct.org.uk
    Before completing a pre-adoption form;
    Dog pre-adoption form - www.friendsoftheanimalsrct.org.uk

    If you have any questions then please do ask.
     
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