bull terrier


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  • noun

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

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STAFFORDSHIRE Bull Terriers are more likely to go missing than any other breed of dog, a new study suggests.
She walked into a field where she came across Vollans with his Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
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 in all sorts of days.
Vera Westwood of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club said: "Paul gives us support at shows and helps with donations.
Evans admitted one count of having one pit bull terrier type dog named Mason on the basis that he was looking after the family pet for his mother, but that was rejected by DJ Charles who was satisfied that the dog was his and that it was used for fighting.
Last February, 18–month–old Millie McCue suffered serious facial injuries after she was mauled by a bull terrier in Possil, Glasgow.
Leyla (Lanarkshire) is a pretty Staffordshire bull terrier about seven years old.
ACOUPLE have been jailed after their Staffordshire Bull Terrier savaged a four-year-old boy's face.
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.
We are the proud owners of a gorgeous Staffordshire bull terrier and he has, without a doubt, been the best dog we have ever owned.
AS a Staffordshire bull terrier owner and someone who has spent all my life around these dogs, I'm compelled to write with regards Ms Mair's sensationalist, factually incorrect, sloppy journalism that passed for an article in your newspaper last Sunday ("Don't Defend These Killers").
The dogs - a Staffordshire bull terrier and Jack Russell - were being held by a vet.
A man was warned yesterday he faces jail after he admitted owning the pit bull terrier which killed his five-year-old niece.