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Australian Breeders

Discussion in 'Staffordshire Bull Terriers' started by Clay2017, May 9, 2017.

  1. Clay2017

    Clay2017 Pup


    Can anyone recommend a good breeder of Staffords in Australia?
    Most of the show breeders here seem to fancy the heavy, overdone dogs. I queried a local breeder on the size of her dogs vs SBT standard - she told me not to worry about what is in the books!( Strangely I thought that was the whole point of confirmation :confused:)
    Just after a healthy, sound pup that actually conforms to the breed standard.

  2. JimAm*dam

    JimAm*dam Pup

  3. Smuggler

    Smuggler Pup

    I see the death sentence for the Staffordshire has spread to Australia as well,a global plague. BLUE DOGS.
  4. Clay2017

    Clay2017 Pup

    Cheers - have been on dogzonline, but pretty unimpressed with what I have seen of show breeders over here.
    No breeders seem to do anything with their dogs (like sports) - and do not even seem aware that the Stafford should be a fit and able dog. Most are shown here heavily overweight.
    They few I have spoken to seem pretty ignorant of dogs in general - let alone Staffords.
    God dog shows are a disease.

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