Staffordshire Bull Terrier

The Staffordshire Bull Terrier have a good sense of humor.
However it is not a dog for every family,  
but it is for those experienced owner.


staffordshire bull terrier

BREED GROUP:   Terrier Dogs
OCCUPATION:  Companion
HEIGHT:  36-41 cm
WEIGHT:  11-17kg
COLOR(S):  black, blue, fawn/brindle, with white marking
LONGEVITY:  10-16 years
EXERCISE:  Daily exercise 
TRAINING: Moderate


The Staffordshire Bull Terrier was originating from England and was developed in the region of the Staffordshire. He is descended from Mastiff, the old Bulldog, and a Old Pitbull Terriers. They were bred for the popular sport for bull, bear, and lion baiting.

The dogs were brought to the U.S in the mid 1800s developed in a size slightly larger than that called for in the European standard.

The breeds of dogs was registered with the AKC in 1975.


The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a muscular, very strong yet agile. The head is short. The eyes is round and dark in color. The body is compact with a wide chest. The tail is medium length and it not docked.

These breed has a soft, short, dense, and smooth coat. The coat colors comes with  fawn, white, black, red, blue, brindle, fawn, with or without the white markings.


The Socialization and obedience training both should begin from a early puppyhood. Training a Stafford requires a dominant owner and a balance of firmness and leadership yet light hand, as these dogs can suprisingly sensitive and hard to handle. Sometime, They are stubborn and sensitive, it may makes the training difficult.

These breed will done well in training with a consistent, positive, firmness and fairness manner. The objective in training this dog is to achieve a pack leader status.

Here are the dog training tips for your reference.


The smooth and short-hair Staffordshire Bull Terrier coat is easy to groom, it's requires minimal grooming. Brushing with a firm bristle twice a week to remove loose hair. Bathe or dry shampoo when is necessary.

The coat does shed, about once a year.


The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a true people, he loves all people especially children. He is known as "The Nanny Dog", as he is very patience and tolerance with children. They can be aggressive to other dogs.

Their coat can easily overheat, so avoid exercise in a hot weather. He is absolutely hates to being left along at homes, when lenely and bored, he can be amazingly destructive when trying to amuse himself.

Health concerns include hip dysplasia, cleft palate and eye defects.

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