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Discussion in 'Staffordshire Bull Terriers' started by paul23, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. PitNoob

    PitNoob Big Dog

    if you don't mind me asking, how is he bred? I like the taller, athletic staffs myself. Unfortunately most staffs are now 15inches and 40 lbs. with an overly exaggerated head.
  2. NGK

    NGK Top Dog

    You can start a dog working at that age but make sure your not trying to build muscle (resistance training) or you could hurt the dogs joints. Adjust the feed to maintain a healthy weight with some fat covering the ribs and no spine or hip bones showing. Don't push the pup or expect him/her to look like a well muscled adult dog as they are still in the filling out stage with less bone density. Be patient and hopefully with some work at a younger age you will have an adult dog that really takes to a larger workload and is easy to condition.

  3. paul23

    paul23 Pup

    Unfortunately i dont know any background further than his parents. His dad was tall and his mum was short , sorry.
  4. paul23

    paul23 Pup

    Ok thanks for the advice.
  5. Bully_UK

    Bully_UK Big Dog

    My Stafford bitch Kia,17.5inc tts,and 25g approx.
    Same regime as Archie and my Ambull bitch,rock hard to the touch and nice long mucles,just not as easy to see as some.

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