Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Worcester Park Foster

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Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Worcester Park Foster

Postby xxlynne » Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:18 pm

Current Status: Available

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Kyla needs a supportive family to offer time and tolerance to allow their new dog to settle. NB Our Rescue asks owners to maintain dogs on lead in public spaces and manage encounters, as dog law changes place dog's lives at greater risk.

Known background: Kyla was handed in to a pound saving Rescue by her owner who needed to go abroad. The Rescue decided she wasnt brilliant with dogs so informed they were going to Put to sleep, owner took her back. He approached us we said we would take but couldnt collect, then found a Rescue up north had travelled 100s of miles to save her but when recognised said they bwould be happoer with Staffie Rescue helping her. Kyla is now spayed, chipped and fully vaccinated. She is currently in foster in Worcester Park as an only pet

Lucky Kyla her fosterer was/ is a volunteer dog walker when she arrived, & offered her foster care post spay & she has been there ever since, getting the love. Kyla has gained confidence meeting dogs & settles within the heart of a family. Kyla is a 7 year old stunning girl with so much Charisma. Still needs support around off lead dogs but happily sits & focuses on you when instructed. Fostered as an only pet Heart throb

Visit Kyla's thread for daily updates, lots of pictures and videos. Please click to submit Online Application We will match you with a dog that suits your lifestyle, please remain open we successfully home 350 dogs per annum. We work fast to secure our dogs their loving homes.

***PLEASE HELP: We have to ask for suggested min. donation £175 at the time of adoption, to support so many dogs in kennels. We have no state sponsorship and exist on the goodwill of the public and our supporters. Rescue Remedies offers their dogs back up for life.
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Kyla's Thread below: Watch progress through our Rescue
Original Referral: We heard of Kyla through a Facebook friend. We offered her safety.
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Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Chessington Kenns

Postby lolking » Sun Sep 13, 2015 6:57 pm

Met the lovely Kyla yesterday and she is one super friendly girl. She is a sandy colour with a very pretty face. She looks happy and wags her tail the whole time. Once Tim or Sarah meet her with their magic cameras you will all see what a beauty she is! (I only have an old iPhone with rubbish camera) Kyla seemed very happy to be out and about - leapy and excited to begin with but after introductions she was fine on her walk. I kept telling her how good she was and she looked up and smiled to say "yes I know". There were a few other doggies walking on leads, including some from RR, and she wanted to go say hello with her waggy tail but I decided to make her sit and wait whilst they passed which seemed happy to do. Back at the kennels we had cuddles and she sit and took treats very nicely. Lovely girl x
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Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Chessington Kenns

Postby xxlynne » Mon Sep 14, 2015 8:38 pm

So impressed with Kyla..she jumped in the travel crate a little disconcerted having another dog next to her crate but soon settled. Such a good girl in the vets. Kyla can catch a little with her teeth and I wandered if she would be a little liberal with her teeth in the vets NOt At ALL very gentle very receptive vet checked and vaccinated without any problems. Then we went to Sarah's for a photoshoot. She showed how well trained she was knew all the commands, very treat orientated, and listens.
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Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Chessington Kenns

Postby Sarahk » Mon Sep 14, 2015 8:50 pm

Kyla is a sweetie, full of friendship and love :D
A bundle of joy is how I would describe her and as Lynne says, very well trained, knows, sit and down and very good at them :D
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Did a bit of commando crawl :D
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and then a good roll !!!
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had me in stitches :lol:

Gorgeous girl :biggrin.gif:
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Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Chessington Kenns

Postby John » Thu Sep 17, 2015 1:19 pm

Met Kyla for a walk today. What a happy dog, she shouldn't be in kennels, she should be in someone's home! Very affectionate girl. She is very easy on the lead,responsive to you and will sit on command. That had such a nice walk was nearly late getting back!
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Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Chessington Kenns

Postby John » Fri Sep 25, 2015 1:20 pm

Went walking with Kyla this morning. What a well mannered dog she is. Hardly any pulling on the lead, she is happy to go at whatever speed you go. She sits patiently for treats.We passed all sorts of animals skirting round the children's farm including pigs,sheep, alpacas,ponies,horses not to mention many dogs. She was impeccably behaved. Very affectionate girl!
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Re: Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Chessington Kenns

Postby nada.c » Sat Oct 03, 2015 5:45 pm

Kyla and I went for our first walk together this morning. A very curious girl - sniffing and looking into every gate we passed. She seemed to be a little worried at the beginning of our walk but soon relaxed and had her tail wagging. A sweet girl - I hope she finds her forever home soon!
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Re: Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Godstone Kenns

Postby xxlynne » Thu Oct 08, 2015 3:37 pm

We had to go ahead and neutered Kyla as we haven't had an offer of temporary foster and she is recovering in kennels with a buster collar on...bless her. In a week's time she will put this awful week behind her and be footloose and free
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Re: Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Godstone Kenns

Postby xxlynne » Thu Oct 08, 2015 7:48 pm

John a great fan of Kyla has come forwards to foster her for a week. We are home checking tomorrow am and then she will be able to relax and enjoy her recovery Thank you John
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Re: Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Worcester Park Temp Foster

Postby John » Sat Oct 10, 2015 5:28 pm

Got home checked yesterday lunchtime and was very excited to get over to Godstone to pick her up! The M25 behaved itself for once.After fiddling for some time to get her seat belted up (she was excited too) we set off.She was perfect during the journey.She has settled in so well.
She slept on my bed last night (big decision that)and hardly moved all night. We watched a football match this afternoon. Most of the spectators couldn't understand how this lovable girl could be in kennels.
Regarding her operation, this doesn't seem to be bothering her at all. The buster collar has been off the majority off the time and she has paid no attention to the operated area.
She is asleep on the sofa at the moment. Great dog!
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Re: Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Worcester Park Foster

Postby John » Mon Oct 19, 2015 8:00 pm

I've had Kyla over a week now and she is doing really well following her op. It doesn't bother her at all. She really is a terrific girl! She has obviously been well trained. She obeys commands and will even wait to be told when to 'attack' her food bowl. And boy does she have an appetite!
We have been on some rather lovely walks in Richmond Park, Nonsuch Park and along the Thames at Kingston. It was a bit tricky in Richmond Park as there were quite a few stags with their hinds in the area we were walking. It's the mating season and all dogs were required to bo on lead. Kyla wasn't bothered one way or the other.
She has been a joy to have. She is good on the lead, hardly pulls at all. It's a shame that I can't let her off lead outside as I think she would would be no trouble and would come to you. She can be over boisterous in the garden when excited but soon calms down.
She is lovely dog and so affectionate. Will try to get some photos of her (don't know how easy that is going to be).
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Re: Kyla Staffie DOB 11/09 Worcester Park Foster

Postby John » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:32 pm

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I've had Kyla for just over three weeks now. She is over her operation and won't need a return to vets as they tell me that her stitches are dissolvable. I keep extending her stay with me because she she really is a beautiful dog and a delight to be with. I'm getting very fond of her!!!
She is great travelling in the car, fantastic on the lead hardly any pulling at all, will 'sit','down' ,'wait','paw' on command. Above all else she is such a loving dog.She deserves a home!
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