It’s Noah here! You might recognise me from Facebook! My whole world was turned upside down when my owner died and I found myself all alone in a kennel. When I arrived at NAWT Clacton, I was struggling to cope with my grief meaning I absolutely hated the kennel life. Whilst I spent my days chilling out in the staff office, I had to return to my kennel at night. I was lucky enough to find a foster home who took great care of me until I found my new adopters.
Unfortunately for them their support group who helped look after me when they were out fell through which meant I had to be left alone which I really can’t handle. Due to the stress this causes me they need me to come back. I need to find a new home with people who will be around all the time so I can be the happy dog I am when I have my people with me.
I’m a 4 year old Staffie and I’m a very good boy...everyone tells me so! My current adopters say I’m a superstar in the house; I’m housetrained and always ask to go out for the toilet and I even wait still whilst my muddy paws are wiped down. I know loads of tricks and I’m always eager to please! I like all the usual things like my toys, my grub and my walkies- I’m an active boy so I’ll look forward to lots of adventures. But my favourite thing ever is company with humans. I love just being with you-hanging out together and chilling on the sofa. I’ll want to share everything with you...including your bed! I’ll be the best little buddy you ever could wish for...
My love for human affection and company means I hate being left alone and do have separation anxiety. For this reason, I will need a home where there can be someone home all the time. I could live with older teenage children but will need a pet free home. If you think we could be the best of friends and you could help mend my broken heart, then please come and meet me!
(I am not currently living at the centre, I am keeping warm and cosy in my current adopters so I don’t have to come back to kennel quite yet so please call 01255 860062 to arrange meeting me)
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