They ain't dangerous.. It's the person that raises it that makes it dangerous, with the right owner, it's the perfect cuddle pig ;D
Staffordshire Bullterriers were bred for dog-fighting, therefore they would have the tendency to be aggressive to other dogs, but it all depends on how you raise them. Staffies are great with people and especially with kids. They actually have the nickname of 'nanny dogs' because they are so placid around children. This is most likely due to them having a very high pain tolerance therefore children cannot hurt them that easily. But even though Staffies are usually seen to not be good with other dogs, if you socialise them from a young age with other dogs and supervise them when they interact with other dogs they can get along perfectly with other dogs. Usually it is not the breed that is dangerous but the way they are raised.
Staffordshire bull terriers (staffies) are NOT dangerous at all they are the cutest dog (in my opinion). It is the owners choice how they raise their dogs they can be dangerous if you train them to be BUT .. then the owner is dangerous.
Generally there are two types, namely American Staffordshire bull terriers and English Staffordshire bull terriers, but sometimes Pitt bull terriers are also included in this group.
Firstly, there is no such thing as an ''English Staffordshire Terrier''. There is, however, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, English Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers and American Pit Bull Terriers - which all shed and are all individual breeds.
The most closely related to pit bulls are American Staffordshire bull terriers, Staffordshire bull terriers and bull terriers.
Don't you mean how long are FEMALE staffordshire bull terriers on heat?
A distinction is usually drawn between American Staffordshire bull terriers and English Staffordshire bull terriers and that is the two main types of bloodlines in the Staffordshire bull terrier family. Sometimes pit bull terriers are also placed in this category.
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Yes, all Staffordshire Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers and Pit Bull Terriers shed. Breeds that don't shed are breeds such as Poodles and Shih Tzu's.
The only real, recogniseable difference between these two breeds is the size. American Staffordshire Terriers are a few inches taller at the shoulder than Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Also, American Staffordshire Terriers are illegal in the UK.
Staffordshire bull terriers are up to 16 inches, American Pit Bull Terriers can grow to 18 inches, and American Staffordshire Terriers can grow to 20 inches tall.
There is no recognised breed known as an Australian Staffy, but there are American Staffordshire Terriers and Staffordshire Bull Terriers. American Staffordshire Terriers can reach between 17 and 19 inches at the shoulder, whilst Staffordshire Bull Terriers are usually between 14 and 16 inches at the shoulder.
Staffordshire bull terriers can run approximatley 50kph over 100 meters then they generally slow down to about 35kph.
This is a very difficult question to answer, simply because there are several breeds and crossbreeds which can fall into the category of Staffordshire bull terriers and this can create confusion. For example Pitt Bull terriers, American Staffordshire bull terriers and English Staffordshire bull terriers are three separate breeds, but would generally not be distinguished in reports if a dog has killed a human. Then there are also many crossbreeds who would also be classified as a Staffordshire bull terrier, but would not be a pure-bred one. Therefore, it is almost impossible to say how many people Staffordshire bull terriers have killed, but the number would be smaller than most people assume.
Pit Bull Terriers, or American Staffordshire Terriers, originated in the United States in the 1800's.
Bulls and Terriers were created in England.
Any strong force can break the skull of a Staffordshire bull terrier.
They are most closely related to bull terriers and emerged from crossings between bull terriers and other terriers that were around in the 17th century.
Since the 17th century where it emerged from a cross between Bull Terriers and other terriers of the time. At this time they were used for blood sports like bull baiting and bear baiting. These dogs provided the ancestral foundations for Staffordshire Bull Terriers, Bull Terriers, the American Pit Bull Terrier and the American Staffordshire Terrier. This common ancestor was known as the Bull and Terrier. After these bloodsports were eliminated in 1835 these dogs came to be used in dogfights.
No dog is a dangerous breed of dog. The only time they become a dangerous breed of dog is when the owner buys them as a status dog and uses them as a weapon. Staffordshire bull terriers are affectionate beautiful dogs and every one of them have their own personality.
Both of these breeds are illegal in the UK. The main difference between these two breeds is that American Staffordshire Terriers have a recognised, official breed standard, whereas Pit Bull Terriers do not. Pit Bull Terriers are not actually an official breed.
of course not
No, that is a myth.
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