In the 700 days Bia has been in the RSPCA’s care, she has seen hundreds of dogs come and go – but the friendly Staffordshire bull terrier is still looking for someone to adopt her as their own.
Three-year-old Bia arrived in the RSPCA’s care in 2014 as a puppy after she was found in a severely neglected state in a back garden.
Now she is at the RSPCA’s Blackberry Farm animal centre, in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, where staff have tried desperately to find her a new home but with no luck.
Charlotte Wright, who works as a kennel supervisor at Blackberry Farm, said: “Bia is such a sweet girl and is a keen favourite among staff and volunteers. On top of that, she is very bright and adores being around people.
“Bia has never known what life is like in a home as her previous owners kept her outside on her own. All she wants is a home with a family who loves her and where she can curl up next to someone.
“She has seen hundreds of her friends come and go while she has been in RSPCA care during her 700 days with us. It would be nice if the next dog we wave a happy goodbye to is Bia. We are just so desperate to find Bia the perfect forever home.”
The ideal home for Bia would be with owners who have experience with dogs and a home where she is the only dog with secondary school-aged children.
Charlotte said: “Bia will make a wonderful companion for someone. She is really good with activity toys and picks up commands amazingly quickly. Bia is also really good around people. We held a fundraising week in a local shop once and Bia came with us. She met so many people and was very well behaved.
“Bia has been in kennels nearly all her life, but with the right owners, she will flourish in her new environment.”
Anyone who is interested in giving Bia a home should contact Blackberry Farm on 0300 123 0752.
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