Staffordshire terrier

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American breed of muscular terriers with a short close-lying stiff coat

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Some of them might actually be one of these: The American Kennel Club (AKC) recognizes a breed called the American Staffordshire Terrier, and another called the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
A short and stocky Staffordshire terrier, Faith has all of the energy of the smaller terriers without the tenacity, unless you count an insistence to solicit affection from every passer-by.
Second place went to Sunny, a Staffordshire terrier, and owner Casey Mountain with a time of 16.
The young Staffordshire terrier was shoved into the North Sea by two men at Cullercoats just days before Christmas.
Summary: DUBAI -- The Dubai Municipality released Trip, the American Staffordshire terrier who killed a poodle at the Dubai Pet Show last month, to his owner after the dog remained calm for three weeks in its control.
The owner of the American Staffordshire Terrier that killed a poodle at Dubai Pet Show claimed his "docile dog" only bit back in self-defence.
The owner reassured her his dog was not dangerous, but when she picked her dog up, the Staffordshire terrier leaped at her.
Funniest moment Our Staffordshire terrier called Ponte, so named because that's where we had our first winner.
Ronnie Gilbertson asked officials if he could be alone with the Staffordshire terrier cross before it was put down, but escaped from a dog pound in Australia, leaving behind his wife and two children.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: "It is believed the dog was a Staffordshire terrier or similar.
I bought two registered Welsh Terrier gyps and crossed a purebred American Staffordshire Terrier over them.
Unemployed Thomas Henry Owen, 55, from Wales, faces up to three months in prison and a pounds 1,700 fine after his American Staffordshire terrier named Joey tore off half of Carolina's face.
The breeds that MetLife has identified as a high risk include American Staffordshire Terrier, chow chow, German shepherd, Doberman pinscher, Malamute, husky, pit bull, Rottweiler, dingo and "any other dog that has a previous bite history," Berstein said.
The ECHO has learned that these include made-up breeds like the Irish Staffordshire Terrier and the American Staffordshire Terrier, breeds that are not recognised by the Kennel Club or the RSPCA.