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D0762 Simba

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Breed (at a guess):



5 years +

Adoption Fee                                $






Good with cats:


Good with dogs:


Good with children:


Current weight (kg):


Height cm (from floor to shoulder):


Simba is the sweetest little English Staffy with a heart of gold. This adorable, nearing 6-year-old girl, has a unique look with her one ear and slightly stout frame. She is looking for a loving family who can spend a lot of time with her as she thrives on human companionship. If you want your very own shadow dog, Simba is it!

Simba is not a fan of thunderstorms or loud noises and will need someone to reassure her during those times. She tolerates most other dogs during walks and while she is usually happy to greet them and move on, Simba is a bit wary of larger dogs. She lost an ear to another dog and because of this, she might snap if she feels threatened or uncomfortable, especially around larger dogs.

Despite her caution toward some dogs, Simba is great with respectful children and is fully housetrained. Her ideal family would be one where she's not left alone for long periods and where she can receive all the love and attention she deserves.

Simba is a perfect companion for those who enjoy spending time at home and want a loyal, affectionate friend. If you're looking for a dog who will follow you around and be by your side, Simba could be the perfect fit for you.

Our dogs are living in private foster homes and are available for you to meet. By submitting an Expression of Interest Form, you will receive a response within 14 days. Our adoption fee includes a general health check, flea and worming treatment, vaccination, microchipping and desexing.

Our dogs are generally desexed at 6 months of age. If the dog you are applying for is too young for desexing, a voucher is provided for use at one of our approved vet providers only. A 14 day adoption trial period is available when adopting an animal from BARRC. Adoption fees are required to be paid in full before taking the animal onto trial.

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