About Seven

Seven is looking for Hoomans to hang with.

Animal ID No: ARF705
Size: Medium
Sex: Male Desexed
Breed: Staffy
Age: 7 years
Activity Level: Low/moderate
Category: Available

Foster Carer:

More About Seven

Seven is a beautiful gentlemen who adores his people. His ideal world would be to be with his human 24/7 and to have all the creature comforts that go with that however life’s not quite like that so he is improving and can be left at home for short periods of time. He is more than happy to just lay down beside you in the office or even better curl up next to you and be your Netflix buddy.  He is great on lead and would enjoy a daily walk. He gets on with other dogs as long as calm and soft.He is not a cat fan.

If you dont want him on the furniture he will listen to you if you are firm and set boundaries for him. Sevens only real down fall is he does have separation anxiety so will need someone who is home most of the time or is willing to take him with them on outings. He is at present getting use to car rides and is improving with each trip.

Seven is super treat motivated and loves his food. He tries very hard with his training and is at present learning the kitchen is out of bounds and to wait politely at doors

Seven is a very loving, loyal guy and if you think you can meet his needs then he will pay you back ten fold with love.


Thank you for considering an ARF dog. Most dogs receive several enquiries, and we aim to match the right dog to the right home so that they can enjoy a happy life together. If your enquiry is unsuccessful, rest assured that the foster carer has carefully based their decision on a thorough knowledge and understanding of the dog’s needs.

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