14.02.14

A Staffie with a big heart is looking for long-term love and a forever home this Valentine’s Day. 

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Connor © RSPCA

Two-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier, Connor, arrived at our South Godstone Animal Centre in July (2013).

Staff at the centre have fallen head over heels for the cuddly canine and cannot understand why he has yet to find a new home.

RSPCA animal care assistant Joanna Davis said:

“We can’t understand why he hasn’t been snapped up. He is such a beautiful boy and so loving. He loves his cuddles.

 

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Connor © RSPCA“He is very intelligent and excitable but that is because he is enthusiastic. He loves to learn and while he has been with us he has been clicker trained and learnt agility.

 

“Connor is such a playful boy who loves nothing more than being with people.  He loves his treats and especially enjoys playing with his tennis ball. He really enjoys people throwing it for him and the interaction that gives him. Connor really wants an owner who can give him the time and attention he deserves.”

 

“We all think he is totally irresistible when he flashes that gorgeous Staffie smile.”

She added:

“Connor is a clever boy and is so willing to learn. He is a lovely and friendly lad who is ready to take that next step and find a home to call his own. If anyone is looking for a loyal companion Connor is your boy.”

Anyone who is interested in giving Connor some much deserved love and attention should contact RSPCA South Godstone on 0300 123 0741.

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