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Dog of the month - Valerie, female, Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Valerie is a daft girl who loves to play with her toys with you. When she is out and about she loves to pick up sticks and branches, and occasionally gets so excited, she tries the whole tree! She came to the centre on Valentines Day this year as a stray, and has so much love to give; she’s looking for the perfect partner.
Valerie doesn’t enjoy being in the company of other dogs, and will need an owner who is patient and willing to continue to work on this aspect of her training with her. She can live with children over the age of 10, but isn’t keen on cats, so wouldn’t want to live with them.
If you can be Valerie’s love of her life, please contact Dogs Trust Merseyside on 0151 480 0660 or drop into the centre at Whiston Lane Liverpool L36 6HP, United Kingdom
For more information about the charity’s work please visit www.dogstrust.org.uk

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