bull terrier


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a powerful short-haired terrier originated in England by crossing the bulldog with terriers

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The owner of the bull terrier was described as white, around 18, and 5ft 8in with short mousy hair.
Tito, another Staffordshire bull terrier, is 18 months old and was taken into Cardiff Dogs' Home as a stray.
Prit Powar, head of pet insurance at Direct Line, said: "It is perhaps unsurprising that the Staffordshire bull terrier is the dog most often reported stolen, given it is one of the most common dog breeds in the UK.
Lily is a brindle Staffordshire bull terrier and has a small scar on the back of her front right leg.
Also in 2014, Molly-Mae Wotherspoon, six months, was fatally wounded by her family's American pit bull terrier in Daventry, Northants.
The dog was returned to its owner on August 10 after being seized on June 22 on suspicion it was a banned pit bull terrier breed.
STAFFORDSHIRE Bull Terriers are more likely to go missing than any other breed of dog, a new study suggests.
The report said that this is the second time the bull terrier killed another dog.
Joanne Bailey, 34, left her Staffordshire bull terrier at her home on Costa Street, Gresham, Middlesbrough, while she went out, but it escaped.
Vera Westwood of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club said: "Paul gives us support at shows and helps with donations.
The city imposes a ban on several other breeds, including the American Staffordshire terrier, American pit bull terrier, pit bull terrier and Staffordshire bull terrier.
A MAN was injured and his two dogs killed when they were attacked by a Staffordshire bull terrier on a beach.
Animal rights campaigner Kay Hamilton, the Dowager Duchess of Hamilton, chairs Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue and says that the number of unwanted animals they are asked to rehome has jumped from 200 to 400 in the past three years.
BOB Bob (Glasgow) is a Staffordshire bull terrier cross aged three to five and is a lively boy.
The Irish Pit Bull Terrier Association will hand out leaflets to educate people about the breed which has often linked to vicious attacks on children.