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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IN SHOCK: Michael Spayne was left with injuries to his hands after he fought off a Staffordshire Terrier that was attacking his dog Poppy, right.
He then picked her up and put her in a cage used by their Staffordshire terrier.
The Staffordshire terrier was so badly burned that it was impossible to tell what colour its coat had been.
Dubai Following a controversy surrounding the death of a toy poodle caused by an American Staffordshire terrier at Dubai Pet Show, the debate rages about whether certain breeds of dog, including all types of pitbulls, should be banned as pets.
This is Buster, an intelligent, gentle, 4-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier Mix.
As Jamie Mitchell, 26, of Mount Avenue, filed the license for his dog, an American Staffordshire terrier named Diesel, Mr.
Three books, The Complete Pitbull or Staffordshire Terrier, Terrier Dogs etc and Dogs of Velvet and Steel, were also removed from Braddon's house alongside some weighing scales and a bottle of animal antibiotic duplocillin, which only vets are authorised to use.
Last week District Judge Andrew Shaw ruled that two-yearold Chase, which Mary Beth Heatlie bought as a long-legged Staffordshire terrier, was in fact a pitbull type.
Fran said that due to the stigma of pit breed violence, many visitors are wary of taking in a Staffordshire terrier which has resulted in a large number of dogs being left at the sanctuary.
The dog is described as a tan male Staffordshire Terrier or Pit Bull type, with a white stripe running from its nose to the middle of its head, a pink nose and white marks on its paws.
ANDY Wayne is 28, lives in Meltham and says his best friend is his Staffordshire terrier, Nero.
Now Linda is urging people in part of Redcar to watch out for the dog - a Staffordshire terrier - in case it attacks again.