Elvis (Peanut) Staffie DofB 08.08.17 Tamworth Staffs

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xxlynne
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Elvis (Peanut) Staffie DofB 08.08.17 Tamworth Staffs

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Current Status: Homed
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Peanut's Story: Peanut has been jumping homes and we took in out of a druggie home that didn't want him. A friend of a neighbour took him in and introduced him to 5their 5 dogs in the back garden: As an entire male he tried to hump one of the dogs and he was set to by one of the pack and gain a gash to his neck. He had to come out and Carolyn did a flying lift out and he was transported to us the next day. Really lovely boy who needs a change in luck. Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving his life. Peanut is now neutered, chipped, and fully vaccinated. Peanut was in boarding kennels near Gatwick whilst awaiting his new family.

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Please note: Dog laws have changed, with zero public tolerance and prejudice against bull breeds and terriers. Our Rescue asks new owners to keep their dog on a lead in public spaces and manage and support its encounters with new dogs and people, so as not to place the dog's life at risk. Destruction and Control Orders are commonplace nowadays.
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Peanut's progress through our Rescue is below.
We work with our dogs, who often reveal a different picture and positive skills as they build trust.
Original Referral information: Urgent referral
I have been asked to help this lovely Staffie x boy He is aged between 2 -3 years

Has been trained by someone as he will sit and stay ect Dog friendly. Entire

He has been beaten by previous owner however he is a sweet and friendly boy

Can you help please ?

Carolyn xx
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Re: Peanut Staffie DofB 08.08.17 Gatwick Kenns

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Welcome to RR Peanut. Your life is about to get a whole lot better sweetheart xxx
xxlynne
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Re: Peanut Staffie DofB 08.08.17 Gatwick Kenns

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Peanut is just getting over the massive changes he has had in his life over the past week and probably many years. Here he is just getting a sense of the kennels at a Peaceful time in the evening.

We never judge our dogs on entry. We give them space and a sense of belonging as they gradually adjust and allow themselves to be themselves and know they are loved.


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Julieh
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Re: Peanut Staffie DofB 08.08.17 Gatwick Kenns

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Beautiful boy💕only love and cuddles now little one
Thank you Lynne and all at RR for saving this dear little man
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Ohhh Peanut! Cutie love4.gif
CarolynRob
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Post by CarolynRob »

Lynne he looks happier already -so nice to see him head up and tail up. Thank you to the lovely Clare, Sharon and Ellie ,and Lyn for transporting him and holding him overnight.
Biggest thanks goes to you Lynne- for taking him in and showing him life can be so different.
Your amazing as always.
Look forward to seeing him grow and finally be in a home who truly loves him xx
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anne
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Re: Peanut Staffie DofB 08.08.17 Gatwick Kenns

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I was excitedly waiting to meet Peanut yesterday and was not disappointed. He is such a friendly boy and welcomed me into his kennel with a lovely cuddle. He was keen to get out, ignoring other dogs we passed. He is a happy boy, so appreciating any kind attention and the opportunity to be out exploring. Yes he is lively but no more than you would expect from a young dog and this is mixed with a little confusion as to where he is and what is going on. For a dog with such a chequered history he is extremely and amazingly friendly and sweet natured. Once in the woods, Peanut put his nose to the ground to explore the smells and was easy to manage on the lead. He can be a little all over the place if you stand still but this is because he is not sure what is happening and what he is supposed to do.
Lots of photos because each one I looked at seem to reveal something different in his character.
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anne
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Peanut has an unusual lemony brindle coat with tiger stripes. Stunning!
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Jude&Alf
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Wow, Peanut is absolutely beautiful Kiss of love.gif
My kind of boy and oh how you will flourish within the care of all at RR love4.gif
EmmaNicole
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Re: Peanut Staffie DofB 08.08.17 Gatwick Kenns

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We got to take peanut for a walk on Sunday. Peanut is a young lad who really has had anything in the way of training but is very enthusiastic for life. He’s a friendly boy with loads of energy and loves a walk a sniff and a fuss. He is rather pully at present but this is just due to lack of training and enthusiasm to be out and about and as he’s so eager to learn should be a quick fix. Peanut is a blank canvass just waiting for his new hookahs to show him the best way. Could that be you?
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