Our Story 

Our Story 

The Senior Staffy Club was set up by Kate Lee in 2012 after she adopted two Senior Staffies separately – the adorable Buster who had been waiting for 8 months in kennels for a new home, and the beautiful Madge who was in the dog pound and due to be put to sleep. 
 
Buster and Madge adored one another and were best pals until sadly Buster passed away. Both dogs were never any trouble – house trained, not destructive, good with people and other dogs, so why did they spend all that time waiting? 
 
Simply because they were Senior Staffies! 
 
Hence the Senior Staffy Club was formed to help all the other dogs like Buster and Madge who were still searching for rescue help and new homes. 
 
 

The Club’s aims are to: 

The Club’s aims are to: 

Rescue and re-home Staffordshire Bull Terriers and Staffy Cross dogs aged 7 years and older. 
 
Help promote Senior Staffies in other rescues who are looking for a new home. 
 
Recruit foster carers who have been home checked by us and who can then offer a comfortable and safe space for a Senior Staffy in need. 
 
Provide educational and community input relating to dog welfare in general, and the welfare of Senior Staffies in particular. 
 
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