10 Staffies at rescue centres in Scotland looking for their ‘forever’ home

A recent television survey of 10,000 British people revealed that the Staffordshire bull terrier is Britain’s favourite dog.

And the Scottish SPCA is hoping this will help them find forever homes for the 10 ‘Staffies’ at their rescue and rehoming centres throughout Scotland. Contact the Scottish SPCA on 03000 999 999 or visit www.scottishspca.org/rehome for more details on these, or any breed of dog.

Sonny is a 5-6 year old male who came to the centre in Edinburgh and Lothians when his previous owner could sadly no longer look after him.
Sandy is a 9-10 year old male who enjoys a long walk and sniffing everything along the way.
Ruby is a 1 year old female with big brown eyes who requires a patient owner to help her work on her manners.
Naomi is a 5-6 year old female who has the most fun when out playing with her toys and getting cuddles.
Keira is a 2-3 year old female who needs a caring and experienced new owner to help her come out of her shell and build her confidence.
Foxy is a 13 year old female, and she and Maisie come as a team. This duo are super sweet and just love to be together either snuggled up in bed after a nice walk or playing with their toys.
Julio is a 2-3 year old male. This big, bouncy boy arrived in care after he was found as a stray and is now ready to find his forever family. He is full of energy and loves being outside and going for walks.
Charlie is a 2-3 year old male who is very bouncy and excitable and loves playing with his toys.
Anthony is a 5-6 year old male who is very active and loves to be on the go.
Troy is a 7 year old male and is an active and boisterous dog who will require lots of exercise and plenty of ongoing behavioural training and mental stimulation to help prevent him from becoming bored and destructive.