SEX: Male 
AGE: 9 
LOCATION: In Foster in Worcestershire 
CHILDREN: 9 years + 
DOGS: He appears to be friendly out walking, he may be able to live with a calm dog after several meets. 
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Ollie came into us from the pound after he was found as a stray. 
Ollie is currently in foster in Worcestershire. Ollie went into foster following being neutered, this was meant to be for a few nights to allow him to recover from having anaesthetic. However, he was such an easy, loving house guest that his foster mum couldn’t send him back to kennels! 
He has been with his foster mum since 6th December 2023. This is what his frosty has to say about him: 
"I should start by saying, it was only meant to be a 3 night foster after his first op…..and well….he is still here! This is all down to how perfect this little man is. Ollie is such a dinky little Staffy, with the squishiest little face and cutest mannerisms. 
He is so gentle, knows all of his commands and does the cutest little tricks when it’s treat time. 
He walks perfectly on the lead and the best part…he seems to be dog friendly. Loves making new friends on walks and even pines when they have to go. He lets me wipe his tootsies when we get in and waits patiently whilst I do it. 
He makes the sweetest little noises when he gets excited, and I’ve learnt he barks (out of excitement) if someone knocks on the door and at the hoover but those noises… honestly, they are the kind that just melt your heart. 
I’ve been taking him to work with me and the bosses have fallen in love - he has the fastest butt wiggles you’ve ever seen! 
He sleeps in bed with me, sometimes under the duvet! He snores like a trooper. Ollie is just beautiful. Soft, sweet, needy and gives the best kisses. You can’t ask for anything more. 
Whatever the circumstance around him being found as a stray, whoever his previous owner was, they trained him well. 
So if you have a dinky staffy shaped hole in your life, look no further, THIS IS YOUR MAN! He’s just perfect, if I could keep him forever I would, letting this little man go will be so tough, but worth it if he finds his forever home who will love him as much as he will love them." 
Ollie loves nothing more than to go for walks. During his stay in kennels, he did not react to passing cars, bike or horses. He loved a good sniff in the hedge rows and was more than happy to walk in other kennel dogs’ company at a safe distance. 
He has been walking for up to about 20 minutes, we have noticed his little back legs seem to get a little wobbly and tired if he is walked longer. He takes Loxicom as and when he needs it for this. 
Ollie travels well in the car, he prefers to sit on the back seat - secured with a seatbelt harness. 
We use a mobile vet for our kennel dogs, so he comes to kennels or the foster's home to see the dogs. Ollie was a very good boy for his examination, health check, blood tests, vaccinations, and operations. He just allowed the vet to do his work. 
He has had full health check including blood test. All his bloods came back within normal ranges. 
During his health check, the vet discovered he had a tooth that wasn’t great and he needed it removed. Ollie had his tooth removed and was neutered on 6th December 2023. 
Ollie came into us with a Cherry in the left eye. He had surgery for this on 18th January 2024 and is completely healed. 
Ideal home: 
Ollie may be able to live with a calm dog after successful introductions. 
He could live with children aged 9 years + as he is a gentle kind boy. 
Ollie has not been tested being left home alone, as he currently goes to work with his frosty, so he would prefer to have someone who is home lots (leaving would need to be built up over time). 
He is house trained, doesn’t chew or bark lots. 
Standard information: 
Ollie is microchipped, vaccinated and neutered. 
He is currently in foster in Worcestershire, but he can be rehomed anywhere in the UK, pending a successful home visit. However, any adopter should be willing to travel to meet him at least twice where he is now. 
There is a non-refundable adoption donation of £120 for Ollie and all money donated goes directly to helping all the Senior Staffies in our care. 
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