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  • NEW | Jun 13, 2019 | 847,961 views
    Mast cell tumors are a particularly nasty type of skin cancer found more often in Staffordshire Bull Terriers, and the sooner they are surgically removed the better. Trouble is, they often look just like other kinds of skin lumps and lesions, some of which are harmful, and others not.
  • NEW | Jun 13, 2019 | 317,562 views
    Cancer occurs in both mixed breed and purebred dogs (depending on the cancer, some breeds like Great Danes, Saint Bernards, Boxers, Boston Terriers, and Golden Retrievers are considered at high risk).
  • NEW | Jun 26, 2019 | 282,435 views
    Tough, stocky and boisterous, Staffordshire Bull Terriers are clear winners as one of Australia’s favourite dogs. Once bull-baiters, modern Staffies are friendly to a fault, well behaved if trained early and adored by their owners. Appearance: Staffies are well muscled in the hindquarters with a strong tail.
  • NEW | Jun 23, 2019 | 666,371 views
    Staffordshire Bull Terriers, as any other dog, have the potential to develop certain health problems. Some of them are easily avoided by carefully choosing where you buy your puppy from, or to be precise – by carefully choosing its parents. Health issues that are inherited …
  • NEW | Jun 14, 2019 | 918,285 views
    Obedience training is possible, although it is not the Staffordshire's strong point. Force training methods will lead nowhere, but if training is made into a game, then the Stafford is more than willing to play. Living With: The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a dog that needs two …
  • NEW | Jun 14, 2019 | 991,391 views
    5/16/2017 · Staffordshire Bull Terrier Dogs 101 Facts Information #Staffie. Despite a formidable appearance, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a lover, not a fighter, well, not anymore. He is gentle, docile, easy to care for and always seeking a good time. He needs two things close human companionship and a chance to play. Hi, welcome to Animal Facts.
  • NEW | Jun 28, 2019 | 734,675 views
    10/4/2019 · Staffordshire Bull Terriers are prone to putting on weight if not exercised properly, so getting your dog active is vital to ensure continued good health. Exercise also plays an important role in the psychological well being of your Staffordshire Bull Terrier. An unexercised dog is an unhappy dog.
  • NEW | Jun 18, 2019 | 949,676 views
    1/17/2013 · The boxer and bull dog breeds including bullmastiffs, Boston terriers, and Staffordshire bull terriers are reported to show an increased risk of developing MCT and it has been postulated that this might be linked to a common ancestry . These breeds have now been shown to cluster closely phylogenetically .
  • NEW | Jun 22, 2019 | 969,211 views
    Staffordshire Bull Terriers are known to suffer from the following health problems, we hope the following guide provides some information to make you aware of potential health problems associated with the Staffordshire Bull Terrier breed, please follow the links provided for more detailed Staffordshire Bull Terrier health information and advice.