Betty Staffie DofB 12.05.12 Gatwick Kenns

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xxlynne
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Betty Staffie DofB 12.05.12 Gatwick Kenns

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Current Status: Available
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Betty's Story: Betty arrived in the her family via a rescue at the age of 9 - 12 months. She was a buy girl and has since settled and accommodated a Cavalier pup 4 years ago and recently a baby. She can be protective and a become more stressed a the baby develop which resulted in a set too with resident dog as the parents were packing to goon holiday that day. The other dog suffered a couple of puncture wounds but sadly Betty lost her home. Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving her life. will be neutered, chipped, and vaccinations are in progress. Betty is in boarding kennels near Gatwick whilst awaiting her new family.

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Betty'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: An emergency call from Betty's family to say they were going away and were unprepared to leave the 2 dogs in their adult daughter's care after they had a set. With no other offers for Betty so we took her that afternoon

Betty arrived in our Rescue on the 18th July 2020

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Re: Betty Staffie DofB 12.05.12 Gatwick Kenns

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I have walked Betty a couple of times and found her to be a friendly, fun little companion. She walked nicely on the lead, passing other dogs and people with just a glance. A real affectionate, sweetie.
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Couldn’t agree more Anne - met Betty on Friday, what a fabulous all rounder love4.gif
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And she has the most beautiful eyes xxx
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Re: Betty Staffie DofB 12.05.12 Gatwick Kenns

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Wow, another stunner and very similar to other bitches we have had recently! Can't wait to meet you Betty love4.gif
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I helped with Betty's photoshoot last week and got my chance to walk her this week. I thought she was fab when I meet her briefly last week, but having walked her I am even more impressed. She was very accepting of me entering her kennel with some little licks and when leads were clipped on happy to get going. We walked with Emma walking Jazz and found Betty was happier following Jazz. At the stile(s) on the bridge Betty thought whilst I tried to explain over is better .... she decided she wanted to go through the middle, this was not the prettiest of manoeuvre, but she got through and patiently waited for me to sort the leads (both times). 0002.gif]

Betty is lovely and seems to have already sussed out the kennels protocol, including waiting for lead to be off and sit looking pretty with 'those brown eyes', then wait for a food treat to appear. love4.gif

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What a lovely dog Betty is love4.gif As soon as I met her this morning I knew she was my type of girl. She was smaller than I'd imagined from her photos. Betty was very easy to walk, with perfect manners and no pulling. We met a few dogs, including an off lead and she was no trouble at all. Betty is an affectionate dog who makes you feel bad putting her back in her kennel as she gives you the "eyes". Love, love her and I'm very sad a dog like this has lost her home, a real sweetie and I'm guessing, a bit of a character thumbs.gif
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Betty is really the sweetest little girl. She is so affectionate and just loves being with people.
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I had the absolute pleasure of walking Betty for the second time today. This little girl is just a treasure. She stood very still whilst I put her harness on (obviously recognising at a glance someone who needed all the help they could get in this department) and then we set off. Betty doesn't pull, she walks at a nice steady pace, occasionally looking up at you with those big brown eyes. She doesn't really take any notice of other dogs we met, but waited patiently when I asked her to. She was very good when we were passed by a horse and sat nicely for the treat I gave her, she obviously liked the horse because she wanted to follow it!! She was way too interested in a cat that was flaunting it self just ahead of us and which then rapidly disappeared, she didn't bark at all, but she did try to follow, it was the only time she pulled on her lead, so I would say probably not for sharing her home with a feline! Betty is lovely. :smiley-chores002.gif:

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I agree that Betty is a lovely dog. She is an easy, to walk dog as she doesn't pull, and as she's quite small, would suit most people who can't manage a strong dog. Sweet natured and affectionate, I really enjoy walking her.
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Re: Betty Staffie DofB 12.05.12 Gatwick Kenns

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Betty is beautiful. At the stream today we meet Arby pup with Jude. Arby was splashing around further downstream while Betty delicately just took a drink. We carried on our walk with them....Arby had his puppy bouncy moments, and Betty just stood and watched. Betty is joy to walk, loves people, a small staffie with the grey muzzle and lots of walkers love spending time with her, including me love4.gif love4.gif

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