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Looking for a lean staffordshire bull terrier

Discussion in 'Staffordshire Bull Terriers' started by Jdll13, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. apollo67

    apollo67 Pup

    You forgot the Hook when you threw the line and sinker!![/QUOTE]

    what does this mean,? are you answering the lads question or not.
  2. Jdll13

    Jdll13 Big Dog

  3. Jdll13

    Jdll13 Big Dog

    I can't seem to post the pictures correctly. I'll try to figure out how to do it correctly.
  4. Jdll13

    Jdll13 Big Dog

    /Users/MiniRed/Pictures/iPhoto Library/[​IMG]Originals/2011/Aug 17, 2011/IMG_0107.JPG
  5. u need to come to ireland its irish staffs working strains that have proven backgrounds most have size and height are from here no stocky show shite
  6. jonnim

    jonnim Big Dog

    can see why im gettin outa these dogs........working irish strains.....
  7. whys that because im right why is there know working strains of these dogs in ireland???? i think ud be better off out of any dogs your well out of touch my friend.... hes talking about the structure of a type of staff he wants they look similar to pitbulls not the short show dogs i just made a suggestion if he wants a lean working strain come to were they originated if theres few knocking around cali thats all if youve nothing constructive to say dont make smart comments .....
  8. how do you post pics on here i ll post a pic of an 8 month old bitch on here seeing you think there is none in ireland !!!!
  9. Nash

    Nash Big Dog

    If you post a reply, first set of icons above typing area, third from the right. :P
  10. zuidwest

    zuidwest Big Dog

    now thats constructive right there
  11. Nash

    Nash Big Dog

    Hahaha hush ffs.
  12. lol thanks
  13. jonnim

    jonnim Big Dog

    none in ireland ? please show me where i said that ? what i will say is an 8 month old bitch may be bred well,may be up front and lively but at 8 months that can all go wrong,i seen top draw bred dogs look top draw at 2 years of age,like others no dout,but at 25 months old there no different to any old bully cur .
  14. i was just saying about the bitch i have here came from a working background i wasnt making any statements about her at 8momths lol her breeding stood up well and was tested so theres no bully curs in there my friend or show shite lol
  15. i ll quote u above u were being sarky about working irish strains all i said was ur mistaken there is decent dogs there that can hold there own against there cousins seen a lot of well bred pit shite aswell stopping cold so you cant generalise unless u really know or have seen all these dogs but we will agree to disagree lol:)
  16. coach

    coach Big Dog

    I agree....I have one bred down from her stock....

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  17. Jdll13

    Jdll13 Big Dog

    Good looking dog.
  18. 12 gauge

    12 gauge CH Dog

    here she is at five weeks old

  19. Jdll13

    Jdll13 Big Dog

    LOL, She's gotten big since that picture
  20. tamthebam

    tamthebam Big Dog

    nice looking dog. I don't mean to be a smartarse but be careful about working your dog on those slabs as it can mess up their joints.

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