Staffordshire Bull Terrier
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Age: 10 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Rocky Roo, Demon 1

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

May 24th 2007

Getting into everything, sunshine

being ignored and flys

Favorite Toy:
soft toys and footballs that don't last 5 minutes

Favorite Food:
Cheese, boiled beef and chicken

Favorite Walk:
The park where he is likely to meet another dog

Best Tricks:
paw, beg, spin, roll over

Arrival Story:
saw his litter advertised on the net and went to view them. My fiance choose Rocky

the largest of a litter of 8 (5 males and 3 females) they were all red like their mum Remy and dad Henessey

Forums Motto:
it's mine

The Last Forum I Posted In:
I think Lilith tore her ACL.

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
July 20th 2007 More than 9 years!

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UK Woofers meet and greet 09

June 15th 2009 8:09 am
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Yesterday we got in the car and drove down to Brampton woods. We got a little lost but found it in the end. Waiting in the woods for us was our friends Caffrey, Bertie , Eddie, Harv, Sadie, Tyler and Teddy. We all went off lead and and walked through the woods. Caffreys mummy Bekka gave us some nice collar charms with our initial on them. I found a human play mate called Ben. Mum had to explain to him I play rough with men. Sorry Ben. We then went to a field with a lake and had a picnic. We played some games Musical sits which angel knocked me out of and potato and spoon race and I was ahead of her for that. I had photos taken with all my friends and gave Ben kisses to say sorry for any hard feelings. We then had the gift exchange we gave a toy cow to Caffrey and he like it alot and Bertie and Eddie gave me some nice treats.


Our 10k walk for battersea dogs and cats home

May 18th 2009 7:11 am
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Yesterday our pawrents took us to Chichester to do a 10k (appox 6 miles) walk to raise money for battersea dogs and cats home. As soon as our walk started the sun came out. There was still lots of puddles and Angel won't walk through them so mum who was holding her lead had to keep a look out. Half way through the walk we stopped so they could try and give us a drink. We both rufused to drink the water but my pawrents were feeling warm and thristy and assumed we must be too so dad offered me his cherry isotonic drink and i was not saying no to that. Even angel had a few drops. Pawrents are so easy to tick. Then they brought out the treats that were given to us by Batersea. We then carried on until we finished our walk. We raised about £75 for dog and cats who are waiting for their forever homes and had a great day.


A walk to remeber

March 10th 2009 8:45 am
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Angel, me and our pawrents had nearly reached the park. We could hear barking. When we got in we could not see a dog or a human in sight. But then dad spotted him. A white staffordshire bull terrier had been tied to a tree. Our pawrents did not have their mobile phones with them so mum told dad to stay while she went to the vets, which is only a 5 minute walk away. It seemed like she was gone for ages. Nobody came for the dog and he just kept barking. Dad did not understand but he was saying "why did you leave me? somebody help". Mum came back and said "the vets said try and bring him in. If we can't Mark(the head vet nurse) will come down". So dad gave our leads to mum and approached with caution. He was a friendly boy so da unhooked his lead and brought him round. He was about 2 -3 years old and had a deformed front paw with just 2 toes almost like his paw was split in half. Round his neck was a chain that looked like it was made for a motorbike not a dog. He was friendly with us too. When we got to the vets Mark gave us all a treat then made some phone calls. The dog sat their and put his head in dads lap and dad stroked him and said to mum "if only we had the space and the money". He was friendly and neutred and was once someones pet. Animal welfare was going to collect him and take him to a rescue. Mark took him to a kennel in the vets while he waited. He was out of sight but i could hear hi barking again. Mark to me and Angel we are lucky dogs and we don't now how blessed we are. I never knew until today how cruel some human can be.

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