Staff members voted the nation’s favorite – but three dogs in Evesham trust a home
Staffordshire Bull Terriers have been named the UK’s favorite dog breed and several are available from a dog home in Worcestershire.
TeamDogs embarked on a quest to find the country’s favorite dog and for three weeks, starting July 26, the public voted for one of the 51 breeds.
In the end, it was the staffie who won. In second place was the black Labrador followed by the boxers in bronze medal position.
Dogs Trust Evesham opened in May 1967 and has recently undergone a transformation with a brand new veterinary clinic, play areas and sleeping areas ensuring they can provide their resident dogs with the best possible care.
The center is currently home to three Staffordshire Bull Terriers, all in search of their forever home
Chelsea are a five to seven-year-old girls’ team who are described as’ gentle but worried ‘.
Chelsea have struggled with life in the kennel so were taken in by a foster parent who says she is coming out of her shell and will do anything to feed herself.
The piglet is a white Staffordshire cross male between two and five years old.
The Dogs Trust website describes him as “cheeky”, “bursting with character” and “a born artist”.
Piglet is an excitable companion and would be best suited for a family with older children and may be able to live with a canine companion as playful and confident as he is.
The Dogs Trust website describes Tweed, a two- to five-year-old Staffordshire crossbreed, as “the perfect boy.”
He is also described as “energetic” and “extremely bright” and seeks an adult-only home where he will be the only pet, ideally in a quieter rural area with fewer dogs.
He has never lived in a house before and so it will take some time to learn how to behave properly in a house, but support will be available for his new owners.