We are committed to seeking home to home adoptions or using foster carers. We only place dogs into kennels in exceptional circumstances. If we find it necessary to kennel a dog, we seek to work with Paws for Progress who are able to provide additional assistance with training and help with finding the dog a new home while the dog is in kennels.
We promote responsible ownership of domestic dogs, seek kindness and humanity in their treatment and encourage the use of positive, reward based training methods.
We are members of the Dog Rescue Federation and Dog Welfare Alliance.
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Adopting From Us
If you would like to foster or adopt a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, it is important to be aware that we will need to visit you to do a home check. This is for two reasons. First, to ensure that we are happy you can offer a suitable lifelong or foster home for one of the dogs in our care. Second, so that we can spend some time understanding what sort of lifestyle you have and what sort of dog would suit you best. Click the link below To learn more about our adoption process.
How You Can Help
Staffordshire Rescue Scotland is a registered charity run by a small group of volunteers who operate on a home by home basis. We require people who are looking to adopt Staffordshire Bull Terriers, but we’re also looking for lots of volunteers, people who want to fundraise or even kind and generous people to donate. To find out how you can help please click the link below.
Featured Success Stories
I was in rescue for 365 days when my Frosty mum got me a gift and adopted me! I wore frosty and the wee hoomans down, everyone else apart from her apparently knew all along that I wasn’t going anywhere and now it’s official, Ruff Lily.
I’m officially adopted! I have a luffly forever mum called Kat and a sister called Kiera ♥
I have luffly house with lots of walks and a beach nearby and guess what? I have horsey friends too. Harley, Solli and Sparky Ruff you, Bruno
Staffies looking for their forever home
Interested in fostering?
As a home from home rescue we are completely reliant on foster carers to help give dogs a second chance. By placing our dogs in foster homes we can get the best possible idea about their personalities, their likes and dislikes and what would be the best home for them.
If you would like to know more about fostering, please click the link below
Apr 20 - GUVMA Rodeo
SAT 11.00 AM Come visit us at the GUVMA Rodeo we’ll have a stall with goodies for sale. All funds help staffies in our care
Dec 14 - Cramond Kirk Christmas Fair
9:30 AM – 12 PM Join us for our last event of the year. Lots of Christmas goodies available.