Django’s Long Journey Home
Brant County SPCA Finds Out of Province Home for Surrendered Staffordshire Terrier
Django the Staffordshire Terrier heads home to his forever family in British Columbia after being adopted from the Brant County SPCA.
Meet Django a 1 year old ball of energy that loves toys, other dogs and people of all ages! Django the Staffordshire Terrier will be travelling a long way from Brantford to join his forever family in British Columbia this coming Wednesday. Django was surrendered to the Brant County SPCA by his owner on November 27th, 2015 and was unable to be adopted within Ontario due to the Pitbull ban set in place just over 10 years ago.
Django was lucky enough to meet his forever family, when they were in town visiting family over the Holiday Season. The family noticed him on the Brant County SPCA website prior to their arrival in Brantford, and when they visited the shelter to meet him in person it was love at first site.
After a few days of organizing airport transportation, flights and finalizing adoption paperwork Django was able to pack his suitcases and get ready for the flight of his life!
The Brant County SPCA is sad to seen Django go, but are extremely pleased to know he will be joining a very loving family complete with children whom he can play and grow old with!
for the Brant News coverage of this story, please go to: http://www.brantnews.com/news-story/6228460-django-packs-his-bags/
for the Brantford Expositor coverage of this story, please go to: https://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/2016/01/12/brant-county-spca-helps-django-the-pit-bull-find-home-on-west-coast&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwjPs7qP6KXKAhVC1GMKHW3cDnAQFggcMAg&client=internal-uds-cse&usg=AFQjCNFb2osiT4UD881zU8ViyvqmRVNGRA