Leah featured in Pete’s column in the Telegraph in November 2014.
Loveable Staffordshire Bull Terrier Leah is in desperate need of a new home at the National Animal Welfare Trust.
She arrived in the care of the NAWT as a stray but is obviously used to a home environment as she is finding life in kennels very distressing. Leah is around 10 years old but this doesn’t stop her enjoying herself and she gets on well with other dogs and loves to play before settling down for a snooze! She adores company and was previously based at our Somerset branch, where she enjoyed spending time greeting visitors in the centre’s reception. Leah would be best suited to a home with older children that are used to dogs.
If you think you could offer her a home please contact the National Animal Welfare Trust’s Berkshire rehoming centre on 01488 638584or visit our website www.nawt.org.uk for more information.
What happened next?
Leah has been successfully rehomed to a Gentleman who adors her. She has been in her new home since February and is very happy.