I have a sweet 8 year old female who needs rehoming she needs to be an only dog, she had been attacked (she is fine) however she is really nervous around my other two dogs and she doesnt deserve to feel like this.
I have not chose to do this lightly as I ha e had her since a puppy I have tried working with a trainer and she just doesn't want to be in my home no more.
She is fine with dogs while on her lead and we are working with her being fine with other dogs off lead when out since being attacked, she loves children and loves to be a typical lazy staffy.
I can give more information if anyone is interested. I want her to feel safe in her home and this is why we need to find her a new loving home.
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