Shropshire Charity Hoping To Help Max Find Love This Valentine’s Day

Max is looking for love on Valentine’s Day, having been cruelly and unceremoniously dumped without warning.

Valentine’s day can be a difficult time for anyone who has recently found themselves out of a relationship, but for Max it wasn’t just a heart-breaking text, phone call or awkward conversation in a pub that left him lovelorn and alone.

When Max was cut loose, he was taken out in the streets, likely a distance from his home, and dumped out of his owner’s car and left to fend for himself – because Max is a three-year-old black Staffordshire bull-terrier who has luckily come into the care of Shropshire dog charity Finding Furever Homes.

Andrea Newton, Founder of the charity, said: “Max’s story is one all too familiar to us, but that doesn’t make it any less heart-breaking. He is a lovely little chap who deserves better than being cast aside and left to his fate as a stray on the streets.”

“Valentine’s Day is traditionally associated with the people we love around us, but Max has a whole lot of love to give a lucky owner, so we’re appealing to people to come forward and return his love and give him a furever home.”

Max is good with other dogs, and could also live with children as long as they are familiar with dogs.

Finding Furever Homes are sponsoring Max’s place in kennels near Condover, Shropshire, but are happy to rehome him anywhere in England and Wales, subject to suitable home checks.

‪With any of their dogs, people are first asked to agree to be ‘Rescue Ready’ before approaching the charity to adopt. To help rescue dogs settle in to their new homes, Finding Furever Homes is happy to offer the services of a qualified behaviourist if needed.

For more information on Finding Furever Homes and any of the dogs available for adoption please visit