SEX: Roxy – Female, Taz – Male
AGE: Roxy – 9 years, Taz – 11 years
TEMPERAMENT: Roxy – Gentle & friendly, Taz – Friendly & boisterous
DOG FRIENDLY: No
CAT FRIENDLY: Not tested
GOOD WITH CHILDREN: Yes aged 10 years plus
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Roxy and Tax are a lovely bonded pair who are looking for a home together. They are currently in foster in the Worcester area.
Taz is very confident and boisterous, he loves a game of ball, he can be a little obsessive over the large balls. He is very friendly, and loves nothing more than to sit on your lap for cuddles.
Roxy is a little more timid than Taz at first, once she has settled she is a soft gentle girl who adores human attention.
This lovely duo came in to The Senior Staffy Club from another animal sanctuary after their owner surrendered them. They absolutley love their walks and know the time of day it is for their adventures out and about. They love to have a good old run together chasing a ball, followed by curling up on the sofa in a ball.
Roxy can be a little unpredictable with other dogs, so for this reason they will need to be the only dogs in the home. Neither have been cat tested. Both dogs are currently receiving veterinary treatment for skin, toe and ear infections, and are due to have their kennel cough innoculations as soon as Covid-19 allows us to take them to the vets for routine treatment.
Do you think you have room on your sofa for this fun loving pair, as soon as their vet treatment is complete? If so please complete an application form from the link below.
Both will be neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and are in foster in the Worcester area, but can be rehomed anywhere in the UK, pending a successful home visit.
However, any adopter should be willing to travel to meet them where they are now.There will be an adoption donation of £120 for the two dogs and all money donated goes directly to helping all the Senior Staffies in our care.
If you think you could offer Roxy and Taz a new home, please fill out the online Adoption Application Form.