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What is the difference between Staffordshire Bull Terrier and American Staffordshire terrier?

What is the difference between Staffordshire Bull Terrier and American Staffordshire terrier?

American Staffordshire Terrier is much larger, sometimes half larger than Staffordshire Bull Terrier. And the heads of the Staff Bully and Amstaff are similar, but Staffordshire Bullterrier has usually more developed chewing muscles and the skull is deeper. But Amstaffs are more aggressive towards dogs.

Is a Staffy a Staffordshire Bull Terrier?

History of the Staffy Formally, this breed is known as the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, but most Australians know this playful dog as the Staffy. In the early 1800s, they were bred for bear baiting, but by 1835, the Cruelty to Animals Act had shut that practice down.

Are English bull terriers one of the strongest dogs?

A tough, powerful breed, the bull terrier is also gentle, affectionate and playful with family members. Bull terriers are strong and some have aggressive tendencies. Therefore, obedience training is a must. Bull terriers are extremely powerful dogs. They are stocky and muscular and come in two varieties: standard and miniature sizes.

What should a Staffordshire Bull Terrier eat?

An adult Staffordshire bull terrier would require a basic diet of meat and biscuit. This meat can either be raw or cooked. Some dogs will thrive on fresh food while other on canned food.

Are Staffordshire Bull Terriers good family dogs?

The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a trustworthy pooch that loves to be with his human companions. He makes a good family pet as long as STB puppies have good breeding and early socialization. As with any dog breed, be sure you are the right type of pet parent for the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

How big does an English Bull Terrier get?

An English Bull Terrier is a medium sized dog that will usually grow to be between 40-56 cm (16-22 inches) tall. The head of a Bull Terrier will generally be at your low to mid thigh area and its back will rest at your knee area.