Staffordshire bull terrier


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Staffordshire bull terrier

a small (24-38 lb), very muscular and solidly built dog with broad head, moderately short muzzle, half-pricked ears and medium length tail. The coat is smooth and short and comes in many colors. See also american staffordshire terrier.
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Ed (Glasgow) is a Staffordshire bull terrier cross aged three to five, who has been living in kennels for just under a year.
Staffordshire Bull Terriers have become the top target for thieves who know they can make money selling them on.
Staffordshire bull terriers are not listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act although an owner of any breed can be prosecuted if their animal is considered to be "dangerously out of control in a public place".
SCREECH Screech (Glasgow) is a Staffordshire bull terrier cross aged five to eight.
RESCUED: Two of the seven abandoned Staffordshire bull terrier cross puppies which were found in a park in Berwick.
And James Beaufoy, sec-retary of the West Midlands-based Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club, called for changes in the Dangerous Dogs Act.
Willow, an attractive Staffordshire bull terrier from North Hills, eyed the field as owner Janice DeMadona stood by.
There is a spate of thefts at the moment," said John Laker, chairman of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Welfare Society.
A STAFFORDSHIRE bull terrier is needed to play Bullseye in an upcoming amateur production of hit musical Oliver
The dog, said to be a mastiff or Staffordshire bull terrier cross, was captured by police shortly after the attack on Nottingham Road.
It is understood the Staffordshire bull terrier pounced following a domestic argument between a couple living in the house.
ONE of the cruelty cases highlighted by the RSPCA was that of Lenny, a Staffordshire bull terrier starved to death in a dog crate and buried.

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