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Five fabulous staffies looking for homes at Dogs Trust Newbury

Dogs Trust Newbury is searching for forever homes for five fabulous Staffies after the rehoming centre has seen an influx in this loveable breed.

Four-legged-residents Daphne, Junior, Mickey, Prince, and Zeus are eagerly awaiting their special someone and staff are hoping they can banish misconceptions about the breed and find them all loving new homes.

Dogs Trust Newbury’s Rehoming Centre Manager, Nicki Barrow, explains:

“We have a number of Staffies looking for their forever sofa and hope that local dog lovers will find room in their homes for these big-hearted hounds. Staffies are a very bouncy and enthusiastic breed who are always eager to please.

“Most Staffies are active by nature so they do need families that have plenty of time to play with them and provide tough toys for them to keep themselves busy with. Daphne, Junior, Mickey, Prince and Zeus are a mixed bag of characters but they have a real zest for life with so much love to give and we know they would all make superb companions in the right homes.”


Daphne is a super-friendly Staffie cross who just want lots of fuss! She’s a clever girl who is keen to learn more – it helps that she loves food to help with her training. She’d need to be the only dog in the home and live with owners who are looking for a fun companion.


Junior is a real snuggle bug! He adores being around people so is looking for owners who wont leave him alone too long. He loves to explore and play with his toys - chasing tennis balls is his favourite! He likes the company of other dogs so could possibly live with another in his new home.


Mickey is five years old who loves the company of people and seeks a lot of reassurance from those he knows. He is looking for an adult-only home with owners who can continue with the basic training he has already learnt.


Six-month-old Prince is such a sweetie! He is a bundle of fun who loves to play and enjoys greeting everyone he meets with lots of enthusiasm. Prince would love an active family home who have the time to spend training him but he is a very bright and clever boy who loves to learn. He must live with another confident dog who can help him learn and grow.


Four-year-old Zeus is a bouncy boy who loves all the attention. He’s like an active home with owners who can give him the mental and physical exercise he needs. He could potentially live with children 11 years or older.

If you think you can make room for a super Staffie in your home, please call the centre on 0300 303 0292.