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|I would like to thank the happy staffie charity thanks to them I have got my second staffie called diesel
he is doing well and settled well with our other staffie called Skye the charity do fantastic work helping to promote and
re home one of the most faithful and loyal breed of dog. Thank You.
William Raffery (Dudley) 18/12/12
Thank you happy staffies. I already had a rescue
staffie who is eight years old and we thought about another one for a while. we then visited the kennels with our staffie
to see about rehoming one and were quite over whelmed by the dogs. we did indeed end up with another one who is settling in
quite nicely and i just want to say a huge thank you to everyone who is involved with Happy Staffies you are doing such a
great job. Keep up the good work.
Judie Hanlon (Kidderminster) 01/12/12
Our Mom - Mary Rowan recently passed away after short but brave battle with Cancer.
Mom adored staffies and leaves behind her beloved staffie ACE to be looked after by dad. We raised some chairty money at her
wake - manily from a game of bingo. We have donated £250 today as we know this is where Mom would of wanted the money
to go. Good luck - this is a fab charity.
The Rowan Family (Solihull) 22/11/12
Happy Staffie Rescue is the most amazing charity! I cannot thank them enough.
They took on my little dog Loomy when we were unanble to house her anymore and provided her with the best possible care. She
now has hope and a chance of future happiness in a loving home! Sue and Brian (and the rest of the team) are truly special
people. Am so grateful that charities like this one exist. Thank You Happy Staffie Rescue x
Sarah Little (Southampton) 25/08/12
You people are doing an enormous and tremendous job, my dog a staffy pit
bull X was rescued by my daughter from her stupid cousin who treated alf badly, half starving him, and making him fight, I
have had him with me now for about 5 years, and those that know him cant belive how i have turned him back into a fun loving
socialising dog, runs freely with dogs and bitches alike, but i have to be alert for GSD's he hates them, othe than that
he is perfect, anywya back to HSR nice to know good people exist out there, I will do what i can to help you raise funds /
donate regards Dave & the alf
Bullen (Lydd) 22/08/12
I think this charity is fantastic!!! I have not long found out about this
charity but am very very happy that i did!! All the family have grown up with staffies and they are the most amazing breed
of dog and we love them to bits!!! They are the bestest friend you could ever have and are a big part of the family. Thank
you to Happy Staffy from Brandy, Major, Jake, Alfie and Eddie for understanding and loving their ataffy breed. Love from the
Stuart family xx
Amanda Horton (Oldbury)
Me and my partner we were the owners of TREY, the newest addition to happy
staffie rescue, we could not afford to keep him unfortunately and it broke our hearts to have to let him go but what an amazing
little dog he is, we already miss the being woken up by bad breath and HUGE KISSES lol, he knows tricks like both paws and
both high fives, loves to huff if u don't take him out quick enough, I could sit here and talk about him all day, he had
a very bad and violent start to life and with patience and understanding and lots of food which he loves he became very confident
and extremely loving, we would like to thank happy staffie rescue for accepting trey and hope that he can love and accept
a new home just like he did here, your always in our hearts trey, we love u little man.
Daniel Gray (Manchester) 06/05/12
I am so glad there is people out there who care about the staffies
and love them.
Hayley (Birmingham) 22/11/11
My ex happy staffie was called piglet....now milly, shes amazing! loves
to meet people and other dogs....very friendly and other dog owners in our local park are suprised by how lovely she is.....now
they dont protect their dogs when they see milly as they know she is a lil angel.....who likes to play kiss chase!! just a
lil fuss pot for the other dogs owners too!!
Louise Worrall (Kidderminster) 25/10/11
I love dogs and my fave are staffies! I hate it when they get neglected
for no reason. Those people that think they are aggresive are ever so wrong! I had 5 staffs. 2 girls and 3 boys, lovely they
are! Roxy was like my best friend! I know this might sound crazy but I told her everything, she protected me and loved me
but sadly we had to sell her, it was over a year ago but I still cry now :( Got a picture,we made sure she went to a
good home. Would love to take her back, I love you Staffies! They deserve a perfect home! :)
Alexie Kaz (Telford) 02/07/11
After some 60 years of owning various small terriers, mostly Russells, I have recently taken on
a Staffie & a Staffie Cross from my Grandson, whose partner has had a baby, causing them to move to accommodation not
suitable for dogs. I find they are the most loving and patient dogs I have had!. They need to be looked
after, as do all dogs. They return TLC with so much love, and are a joy to have in the house. They are VERY
GOOD with children. I love them.John Bartleet (Stourbridge) 07/11/10
I agree with
the lady from Stourbridge,about Battersea Dogs home. I wrote to them suggesting that they sack the "handler" who
took the red dog into a big room without saying anything to him, I said had the dog been vicious he would have pulled right
toward the other dog, instead he looked at the guy holding the lead as if saying "What do you want me to do" As
he got no response from the man, he decided to growl, thinking that was what the man wanted. Then this stupid guy said the
dog was vicious, & would have to be destroyed. I was incensed, I got an e-mail back to say that they do lots of different
Howells (Stourbridge) 04/08/10
We've kept staffies for over
25 years now - they are without doubt the most fantastic, loyal & loving dogs and we wouldn't have any other breed.
It's fantastic what you are doing to help the dogs who are usually in kennels through no fault of their own. Keep
up the good work.
Howard (Oxford) 07/08/10
I wish there was a charity shop
based in London. People need educating about these beautiful and amazing dogs. I could never be without staffies
in my life now. There's never a dull moment in our house!!
Fiona McNeill (London) 08/06/10
I am so overwhelmed by the amount
of organisations dedicated to these amazing animals, I own 2 staffies and with all the bad press sometimes it's difficult
to explain to people they are not what they are portrayed in the media, well done and thank you and please let me know if
there is anything in my area where I can get involved!!!
Nichola Robinson (Sheffield) 02/06/10
I wish there was more charities
like this , i was reading up on the website 2 days ago , i thought to myself that maybe i could help , so iv rung up and been
down to the shelter and am hopefully getting a house visit soon as I'm adopting a staffie . Cant wait . :) Keep up the
good work Kim x
Kim Redfern (Gloucester)
I wish there were more staffie
rescue charities around the country like yours. SBTs certainly could do with all of the help they can get right now.
It is such a shame as they are a fantastic breed and so mis-understood.
I THINK YOU ARE DOING SUCH A WONDERFUL THING.
Whant (Surrey) 31/03/10
I stumbled across your shop by
complete chance whilst doing a military parade through the town.I thought it was fantastic.We have a two year old staffie
called Dave that we saved from going into a rescue shelter by taking him off a couple we knew who were giving him up because
they were moving.I hope we can get involved with your fund raising events to help find more staffies a loving home.
Bill Shakspeare (Sailsbury,Wiltshire) 13/03/10
I think what you are doing
is fantastic, I have two staffies of my own and if it was up to me Ii would be taking them all home with me, I have
3 chidren also and people do need to be educated about bringing dogs and children up together, it is possible if done
Gail Bromwich (Kidderminster)
I think it is amazing that there
is a charity specifically for this amazing and very mis-understood breed. They are the most loving and friendly dogs
I know! People are so irresponsible in getting dogs and not being prepared for the commitment having a dog entails.
So I think it is brilliant that there is a Staffie rescue specifically for them but find it really sad that it is necessary.
Sara Bright (Dawlish) 10/11/09
I'm so happy that there's
a charity for this special breed! It's so sad that this breed is misunderstood due to people owning them for the wrong
reasons...not because they genuinely love them and want to provide them with a loving home for life. I hope this website makes
people realise what lovely family pets this breed can make. I have a staffie myself and we would not be without him! Now I
understand and love the breed it upsets me when while I'm out walking and notice how some people try and avoid you just
because of their perceptions of the breed.Give staffies a chance!!
Anna Tidmarsh (Kidderminster) 29/10/09
I am so pleased
there is an organisation that are caring and promoting these wonderful dogs. My 1st pet was a staff and my parents have
another, my grandparents have always had them so I have grown up with them. It breaks my heart seeing these caring animals
degraded in the media because of a few careless owners. If I could I would rehome and love one of these dogs, but unfortunately,
as I rent I'm not allowed a dog! As soon as I can I'm sure I’ll pay you a visit to collect and care for
one of these dogs. P.S Freddie is gorgeous!!
Rebecca Haile (Gloucester) 29/09/09
I think what you are doing is great because what
has happened to the breed by irresponsible owners and breeders is digusting. There are irresponsible breeders churning out
litter after litter of puppies as an easy way to make money. The aren't interested in the health of the dogs
or of the good continuation of the breed. What is just as bad are the owners who buy a cute little fashionable staffie puppy
with no understanding of the needs of the dog or the intention to find out. Something's got to give somewhere,
the amount of staffies and staffie crosses in kennels is obscene. I have a red staff myself and have grown up with the
breed so it's great to see that you are trying to educate people on the needs and nature of these loyal,
family orientated dogs.
Armstrong (Kidderminster) 03/07/09
I live a little too far away to help but am actively involved with a rescue organisation, Rochdale
Dog Rescue that helps poundie dogs find rescue places with reputable rescues around the UK, so am all to familiar with the
amount of poor staffies dumped - most of our dogs at the minute waiting for places are staffies of course.
I do a little less volunteering with an organisation called K9 search in walsall who again try to help reunite missing
dogs and find places for the walsall poundies - again so many staffies. Anyway
just wanted to say have book marked the site and to say well done for doing something to help these wonderful dogs and wish
you all the best - as the owner of two staffie crosses have a personal interest too in the plight of the number of dumped
Emma Clarke (Walsall) 03/07/09
Great, I think a Staffie rescue
in the local area is definitely needed.
Laura Parton (Worcestershire Animal Rescue Shelter) 18/06/09