Ruby 4 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier





Ruby is a friendly 4 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is looking for her forever. Ruby is micro-chipped. Ruby has a small hernia. Ruby is fully house-trained. Ruby has lived with children. Ruby has lived with another dog. Please enquire.

Ruby's Assessment

● Ruby is a 4 year old Female Staffordshire Bull Terrier
● Ruby is a lovely girl looking for her forever home. Ruby is a great family dog who is excellent at home. She has been living with another dog and has been around children. Ruby is also good on the lead and reacts well to other dogs when out on walks.
● Ruby is micro-chipped
● Ruby is calm when left in the home alone
● Ruby is pleased to see you when you come back home and will jump up.
● Ruby will sometimes follow you between rooms in the house
● Ruby wants to be close to you when you are at home.
● Ruby is fully house-trained
● Ruby tends to bark when people come to the door
● Ruby sits calmly when waiting for food, but will watch in anticipation.
● Ruby eats pet mince from the butchers with mixer biscuits once daily and a bowl of biscuits is available to her throughout the day.
● Ruby has not had any formal obedience training, but is quite obedient.
● Ruby knows the commands sit, stay, come here, leave it and has recall when off the lead on walks
● Ruby has a small hernia which the vets has said does not currently require treatment at this time.
● Ruby walks nicely when out on the lead
● Ruby reacts well to other dogs when out on walks. She is calm and has been fine off the lead.
● Ruby is has been used to long walks in the woods twice a week and shorter local walks most days.
● Ruby has previously lived with children of a range of ages, from 3 to 16 years old
● Ruby has previously lived with another larger dog but would be best as an only dog due to reactivity issues.
● Ruby has lived with a cat and smaller dog without any issues.
● Ruby has never injured any person but has been is reactive with the other large dog in the household, sometimes over toys. We would suggest removing the toys to avoid possession issues.
● Ruby has injured another dog.

FAQs

● This dog has lived with other dogs but is best as a sole dog.
● This dog would be best in an adult home.
● This dog has a small hernia and a ear infection.
● This dog has lived with a cat without any issues.


~ Completed by Carla, Madeleine, Nathan and Jane.




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