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All Dogs Matter Dog of the Week: Monkey

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Name: Monkey
Age: 6 months
Sex: Male
Breed: Staffie Cross

 

How did Monkey come to All Dogs Matter?

Monkey was brought to All Dogs Matter after he was found abandoned. He’s currently out on foster, and is awaiting his forever home!

What sort of home can he live in?

Monkey could possibly live in the same home as a calm female dog, and would be able to live with children who are over the age of 12.

What sort of care does he require?

Monkey is very much a puppy and loves to play! He’s looking for a new owner who has had dogs before and can give him some training. He has already learnt to sit and wait, now his foster carers are working on lie down and stay! He isn’t fully house-trained yet, but he’s almost there, and has been clean throughout the night.

Monkey is learning to walk nicely on his lead, and has been good with dogs he’s met out and about. He’s also been travelling well in the car, and has even gone on the Tube and the bus! Monkey been happy to meet new people and seems to have a permanently waggy tail! His foster carers have nicknamed him Pico as he’s a very funny little Staffie!

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Monkey is currently out on foster, until he finds his forever home! If you’re interested in adopting Monkey, or if you’d like to find out more, head over to the All Dogs Matter website or call them on 020 8341 3196.

About the author

All Dogs Matter

All Dogs Matter

All Dogs Matter are a registered dog rehoming charity based in North London. We rescue abandoned/unwanted dogs from all areas in and around Greater London and work to provide them with either permanent or foster homes. We are a team of passionate dog lovers and our job is to pair each dog with the best new owner for it, ensuring that it will be safe, cared for and loved for the rest of its life.

To find out more, visit www.alldogsmatter.co.uk

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