The Rescue Scheme in the North West area is part of an independent charity – Staffordshire Bull Terrier Welfare – this is a central body which supports the regional groups that actually rescues the dogs.
This body has a web site which describes how the Rescue schemes operate and on the site there are photos of actual dogs that are currently in need of rescuing.
Follow this link to view these dogs – http://www.staffordwelfare.com/dogs/
This is by no means a comprehensive number of dogs that are in the various regional rescues – but it provides an idea of what can be available and supplies contact details.
The Welfare also has a Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/StaffordshireBullTerrierWelfare/
which is a dynamic platform with information on individual dogs and the plight that they find themselves in, as well as information on fund raising events etc.
See a typical poster issued by Welfare, right
The Rescue here has been run in the North West by a dedicated individual and member of the North West, Barbara Green (assisted by some very worthy volunteers) for nearly 40 years or so and in that time the number of rescued dogs is quite staggering, running into the thousands.
In addition to the support from Stafford Welfare, she relies heavily on donations from the Stafford owning public – individuals and Clubs.
The North West Club raises money by holding events, for example the NW held a sponsored walk in Pendle (Sept 2018) and raised £2665 and in Dec 2017 the Club held a Companion Dog show which raised over £600.