Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Gosport

Rescue Remedies dogs that have found their forever homes
xxlynne
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Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Gosport

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Current Status: Homed
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Margo's Story: Margo has moved homes through no fault of her own. Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving her life. Margo is neutered, chipped, and vaccinations are in progress. Margo was in boarding kennels near Gatwick and now in foster as a only pet whilst awaiting her new family.

If interested in rehoming one of our dogs, the first step is to complete and submit our ONLINE HOMING QUESTIONNAIRE. We do not discuss dogs without a homing questionnaire submission. You must be ready and sadly due to unprecedented interest, we will only be able to contact you if we have a suitable dog. For more detailed information, please see our Homing Process.

Please support our work and help our long stay dogs: Our minimum adoption donation is £175. This supports our continuing rescue work and is non-refundable. We exist solely due to the goodwill and donations of our supporters and volunteers. Our dogs need supportive families who will offer them patience, time and tolerance whilst they settle in their new homes. Our Rescue offers all our dogs back-up for life.

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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Margo'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: We were asked to help Margo as her owner had very young children including a baby and found it impossible to walk Margo and manage the children as a single parent. Margot was Rescued by her family a year ago joining the family when the baby was then 5 months old.

Margo came into our care on the 19th December 2020
xxlynne
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Re: Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Weybridge Foster

Post by xxlynne »

Hi Lynne

After a good walk round here, a wash, a tour of the house, and some dinner Margot now relaxed on the sofa...!

She’s extremely boisterous and playful. I think we’ll need to get some soft toys for her to rip apart!

Catherine
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Modzmarvin
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Re: Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Weybridge Foster

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Im so glad she has gone to a nice foster home. She seems very happy in these photos!
Margo has been my best friend since the day she came to me (in the 2nd owner from puppy) and all i have wanted is for her to get all the love she deserves!

Thank you for giving her a another chance as im sure you can tell, she is a very hyper pup 😁

Again, thank you for everything 😊
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Re: Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Weybridge Foster

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Awwwww so sad Margo lost her loving home,such a brave decision and the right thing for her Kiss of love.gif

I think she will find a new home in no time! love4.gif
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Re: Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Weybridge Foster

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We’ve got little Margo with us for foster, and can clearly see that she has been a very loved member of a family. And yes, very brave and selfless of her family to do the right thing for her, when they clearly loved her so much.
She is a wonderful dog. Full of love, affection and fun.
She walks very well on the lead, doesn’t pull and always checking in with you. If you stop on a walk she stops and waits patiently.
She’s very good with people, so happy to see everyone she meets and adores the fuss and attention.
She’s nervous of some dogs and barks but fine with others, and fine to be led in a different direction.
She so obliging with anything you need to do with her - having a wash with the hose, drying her off, getting her harness on etc.
Very good mannered when we’re preparing her food. And doesn’t beg or try to get food from us when we’re eating, even if she’s sitting next to us on the sofa! What amazing manners.
And she’s clearly very smart, picking things up very fast.
Most of all she loves affection and just wants to please, have fun playing a game with you, and be loved.
I hope some lucky family comes forward to offer her her new home soon.
Justinexo
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Re: Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Weybridge Foster

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I thank you so much for taking my little Margo in and giving her a chance to be her self and have all the love and attention she needs, she is so sorely missed by many, I see she has settle down well and that’s amazing! Again thank you so much! X
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Re: Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Weybridge Foster

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love dogs with white sox, my last two had that feature.
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Re: Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Weybridge Foster

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Re: Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Weybridge Foster

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Well, we’ve been fostering this little girl for a week now. She’s settled in very well indeed and calmed down a lot from her first days.
She loves her walks, and walks nicely on the lead. With big dogs she can be worried and bark if they are close. But we’ve been working with her, giving her praise for remaining calm round all dogs and she has managed to keep her nerves in check and not resort to barking with 90% of the dogs we pass, even big ones! She is such a quick learner.
Margo is very intelligent and has so much potential.
In the house she adores snuggling up next to you on the sofa.
She is always so happy to see you. She’d love to leap up and lick you but has learnt that not everyone wants that, and tries very hard to keep her paws on the ground and show her delight in other ways!
At night she sleeps all the way through like a baby and doesn’t even seem keen to get up when we do at 7am!

She’s brilliant with passing loud traffic, loud noises, children, adults, bicycles, motorbikes - takes it all in her stride. Dogs are her only worry it seems and she will make good progress in this area with more positive training.

She has no issues with food or toys. She’s fine with being handled.
Margo really has the most wonderful temperament - very gentle and affectionate. A big softie! When you cuddle her she makes adorable contented groans!
We’d love to see this amazing girl go to her forever family soon.
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Re: Margo Staffie x DofB 01.08.16 Weybridge Foster

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Margo during one of her favourite pastimes - selecting a stick from the firewood basket for a good old chew. She does this when she’s excited and it’s a good way of her channelling all that energy.
We’ve also started giving her her dinner in a Kong which she loves and she’s really getting to grips with different techniques for extracting the food. It really slows her eating down and challenges her, which she needs - she’s an intelligent, energetic girl.
We took her to a friend’s large secure garden today for an off lead run. She was over the moon to be off lead, it’s hard to exaggerate how happy she was, and she ran and ran and ran! Always coming back to us continuously, without being called, to share her delight with us! She is FAST. This girl has a lot of energy to burn and gets SO much joy from being able to run, so we’ll be booking up our nearest dog field for her several times a week.
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