Dogs Trust West London is searching for a forever home for a ‘supaw’ special resident Baxter, a seven-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, who very sadly arrived at the centre after his devoted owner passed away.
Baxter was involved in a road traffic accident before he arrived at the centre, which meant he had to undergo front leg amputation. However, he has adapted to life on three legs brilliantly, and it does not slow him down!
Richard Moore, Dogs Trust West London Manager said:
“Baxter is a real sweetheart, who hasn’t had the best luck recently. He’s adapted extremely well to losing his front leg and loves to explore different areas, especially places with long grass where he can investigate all the scents.
“He is a sensitive soul who takes a little warming up to form special bonds with people and he will need a family who can give him time and patience to build his confidence again. Baxter isn’t overly excited by treats or toys, but he is more than happy to receive some fuss for praise.”
Baxter would be best suited to being the only dog in the home so he can be the focus of his forever family. He would like to make some calm dog friends, who he can meet out on walks. He can live with children aged twelve and over.
Baxter is really hoping for a second chance at life, with a forever family who can accept he is perfectly imperfect and love him as much as he will love them.
If you could offer Baxter his happy ending, or you would like to know more about any of the other dogs awaiting forever families at Dogs Trust West London, please visit: www.dogstrust.org.uk/rehoming