Page 2 - DoggieRescue E-Magazine May 2018
2 MAY 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE â€¢ from my desk â€œ LIFE INSTEAD OF DEATH â€ - A NO-KILL SHELTER Dear Readers, Wow, doesnâ€™t Pearl look sweet? Do the Poodle ears give her a sense of cuteness and more appeal? Does it make her more adoptable? We have 19 Staffy X dogs at Doggie Rescue â€“ some 17% of all the breeds we have. Why is that? Why are pounds full of Staffy type dogs? Is it that they attract the wrong type of person? Are they over bred by backyard breeders? They are quickly abandoned because they: â€¢ escape? â€¢ scratch at doors? â€¢ jump fences? â€¢ dig holes? So many of them in the pound are 1-3yo and have hardly got through their teenage years! Staffies are such loyal family dogs but â€œ With Motherâ€™s Day approaching, why not they need active families willing to run/jog and play with them and TRAIN them. As come out and give one of our four legged Mums cute and gentle as they are with their a hug? Miss Heather, pictured with me is just family, shelter Staffies have generally not one of these, who would be delighted with some been well socialised and trained at an early age so they need a committed TLC and some love. â€ family to make up for lost time. Xena, Sugar, Elly and even Ranger and Raven are trying the cute Staffoodle look just to get noticed. Albie and Neo ( pictured at left ) also pinched the head gear to see what response they would get and if it helps get them a home! Iâ€™m so We have certainly adopted quite a number of Staffies adore-a-BULL! over the years from abused fighting dogs covered in scars to pregnant Staffies. In the following pages we hear what some of these dogs have been up to, as well as their offspring. It was sad to hear Diamond has left us. She was such a sweetheart girl. Her Mum, who only had her 4 months wears her ashes around her neck so she can always be with her.