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Name: ruby
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I love my staffy so much, but when ever asked what type of dog i have during conversations with people, and i say a staffordshire bull terrier you can see that look that says o there nasty dogs aren't they. my mum has a labrador and when ever she is asked by people they always say o yes a lovely breed. any ones thoughts about staffys good or bad.
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Name: pitbull lady | Date: Sep 29th, 2006 1:47 AM
absolutely phenominal dogs!!! one of the best, most loyal brees around, i guarantee you.. you could not ask for a better dog. 

Name: staffymum | Date: Oct 11th, 2006 11:17 AM
i adore my two staffordshire bull terrier girls, they are above any other breed of dog and they do love kids. i also get nasty comments and have been asked to cross over the road with my two as a woman would not come out of the shop until they were gone. sad really my sister is the same she knows nothing about staffordshire bull terriers but says they are evil and keeps her kids well away. my dogs are fantastic so people who dont like them can please them selves i dont like jack russels but i will never harm or say they are evil they are a nice little dog but for me they bark to much. stick by your staffys and pits 

Name: lindalu | Date: Oct 11th, 2006 1:21 PM
Bully breads can be wonderfull! If they are properly raised and they come from a good breader. They are however a fighting bread thats why people are so afraid of them, they bring a lot of publicity with them. Some areas they are highly bread so there for you will find poor breading and that leads to ill tempered animals with bad manners. The bully breads need good strong handeling with extensive training, you always have to be in controle having the domanent role. Not just with the bully breads but with any bread if you dont asume the top roll the dog will! Good luck with your dogs! 

Name: Doglover | Date: Oct 15th, 2006 12:54 AM
I own a staffy and while I was walking him in the park 2 little girls had lost control of there kite and it had got up into a tree so I had them hold my dog while I climb up there to get it down for them and while I was up in the tree their mother came over and started shreaking at the 2 girls to get away from that vicious dog before he bit them may I say at the time my dog was just laying on the ground getting his belly scratched 

Name: Hiddy | Date: Oct 15th, 2006 1:04 AM
Staffies were bred for fighting. BUT, because of their popularity over the years as a loyal companion the aggressive gene has become a lot less previlant in the breed. They have been bred as pets far more often than a dog to be used as a guard dog.

I dont know whether you have noticed or not, but the breed has also become smaller. I have also noticed that a lot of Staffies are now treated like Lap Dogs. lol

I think they are becoming a beautiful breed. I have a friend that has a little female and she goes everywhere with him, like a child...lol I think they are nice dogs, they are definately getting better 

Name: susan | Date: Oct 16th, 2006 6:03 PM
wrong again. they have become shorter, and often weigh more. 

Name: Tiffany | Date: Oct 16th, 2006 6:37 PM
Labs are more likely to attack a person than APBTs or Staffies. 

Name: Sharon | Date: Nov 29th, 2010 5:22 PM
I have a border collie/staffie she has the markings and talks like a staffie I would say more staffie didn;t know don;t care she 8 years ood we were her third home have had her for 6 years the sweetest dog don;t know what was done to her . She his under the bed for a week. We got another pup he's min american esk mix he thinks he's the pit bull she just loved him to death he's her baby he will be three in jan. Would gladly take another staffie mix wonderful dogs. 

Name: Chloe | Date: Feb 24th, 2011 7:13 PM
i own 4 staffs, they are a lovely breed, they have never attacked my grandkids and they are loyal and trustworthy, but they dont get along with other dogs!!! 

Name: Staffs = BEST | Date: Mar 15th, 2011 11:12 PM
Ive had 2 staffies now... a boy brindle and blue bitch. The boy was subject to abuse and we took him in and he is to most loving pet ever... he is protective but not aggresive... they bark if an unkown person comes near the house at night, but just as a warning to us in the home. He even waits up until everyone is home. It really is how you bring them up. He still lives with my father as i have moved out and now have a younger blue staffie bitch. She is simply the greatest, most loving dog of all time. The most obedient of all and the most playful. I have 2 younger children living in the house, and she adores the kids, when we walk the dog to pick the kids up from school, she adores the attention from all the children... noone is afraid of her she is just so loving. She is a very hyper but you have to love her! The only way she would ever murder anybody is by licking them to death!!! Bulls*** is it the breed, it is how you bring your dog up, if your bring your dog up to be agresive and violent, then it will be agressive, if you bring it up to be loving and playful, it will be loving and playful. My dog is the best dog in the world. genuinely. i couldnt imagine life without her and consider her a rightful part of the family just as i and my children are. However, put a cat into the equation... well, then your asking for trouble, its a shame she's too dopey to catch one, the cat definitely outsmarts her there! But in all seriousness, staff's are the absoltue BEST! 

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