Muriel the Staffie with a infectious Staffie Smile
I first met Muriel a Staffie Cross when she was looking for a home with All Dogs Matter Charity. I did not get many photos as she mainly wanted cuddles. In August 2016 Muriel was adopted by her owners Anne and Frank, I met up with them for a follow up photo shoot. It was lovely to see how well she was doing, Muriel still had the same playful character she had as the first time I met her at the kennels. Muriel's owner Anne says "People take to her easily and she is good with children and adults. She also has an endearing playful side, when you play ball with her she loves teasing you, she brings the ball over and as you go to pick it up she will quickly grab it and run off until she is ready for you to throw it."
If you would like to read more about Muriel she is featured in my book Nothing Beats A Staffie Smile. Unfortunately since her story was written Muriel has sadly passed away, I will always remember Muriel for her infectious Staffie Smile. Muriel is also on the book cover, I thought it would be a lovely tribute to her.
For any Staffie lovers the book us available to purchase on my online Etsy Shop https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/666536390/rescue-staffie-stories-book-true-rescue?ref=shop_home_active_1&pro=1
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