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Zenah is full of love and looking for a new home

Zenah RSPCA Bundaberg
Zenah is looking for her new home, available for adoption from RSPCA Bundaberg

Zenah is a three year old English Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross Shar Pei who is looking for a new home where she can be a loving companion.

She walks beautifully on lead and loves going for walks to explore the neighbourhood and is always excited to meet any new people and dogs.

Zenah will be your constant companion and not only will she love every member of your human and dog household, but she is also willing to learn and entertain you with her quirky habits.

She loves having a good roll on the floor, scratching her bottom and back.

As a quick learner, Zenah knows to wait for her food and has been trained to not be in the kitchen while food is being prepared.

With company being important to Zenah, she will need some training when being left alone and as she can jump over low fences, a home with six foot fences is a must to ensure she stays safe.

Zenah is available for adoption from RSPCA Bundaberg for $350.

The adoption fee includes her desexing, microchip and health check and makes sure she is up to date with vaccinations, worming and flea treatments.

You can find out more about Zenah and how to adopt her here.

About RSCPA Bundaberg

RSPCA Bundaberg helps over 750 animals find new families every year, giving second chances to animals in need.

In addition to adoptions, they offer a range of services for your furry friends including hydro bathing and boarding facilities.

All proceeds from our hydro bath and boarding services go back to the RSPCA to help local Bundaberg animals in need.

Located at 31 Doblo Street, they are open 10am – 5pm Wednesday to Saturday and 10am – 2pm on Sunday.



  1. This dog is a cross American Pit Bull Terrier not English Staffordshire Bull Terrier, a small dog referred to as a Staffy. The American is larger in height, weight & width.

    The American is a banned dog in parts of Australia & thus owners call them English instead -to cover the ban. In NSW they are not banned but must be sterilised.

    People should know exactly what breed or cross breeds they are buying so they know of its characteristics.

    English Staffys are hard to train according to one of the RSPCA’s best Brisbane trainers, she always said she had to train the owners to be very strict with them.

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