Battersea Dog of the Day: Sadie

Sadie Breed: Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Sex: Female Age; 8 months
Reference: 367474

Sadie is a very intelligent young lady and is desperate to learn new things – perfect for anyone that is looking for a project dog! She would love active owners that can keep her mind working and she is fantastic at agility.

Sadie needs owners with good experience of to dog to dog socialising, as she has shown to get frustrated at times, and be willing to continue all training that has been used here.

Sadie has come a long way since her arrival and has learnt some great tricks and manners, learnt to keep calm when putting on harness and lead, introducing her to socialise politely with both dogs and people. She would love her new owners to carry on the training she has learnt here.

The rehoming fee is £135 for dogs and £75 for cats. This includes microchipping, initial vaccinations, flea and worming treatment, a collar, identification tag and lead, access to our behaviour advice line. The animal will be neutered and there will also be the option of signing up to four weeks’ free pet insurance and a starter pack of food, advice and special offers. A home visit may be required.

To find out more about the rehoming service call 020 7627 9234, email rehoming@battersea.org.uk or visit www.battersea.org.uk.


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