Should I get a Staffordshire Bull Terrier?

Should I get a Staffordshire Bull Terrier?

Staffys are generally a good option for first-time dog owners. Despite their strength and confidence, Staffordshire bull terriers are generally considered to be a good breed to pick for the first-time dog owner, as they are versatile and not significantly demanding in any one particular area.

What do you need to know about buying a Staffordshire Bull Terrier?

Staffordshire bull terrier puppies for sale If you’re thinking of buying a Staffordshire bull terrier puppythink carefully about the commitment you’re about to make. A Staffy puppy will need lots of trainingand socialisation, so that they’re able to enjoy the company of other dogs and the freedom of being off lead when they become adults.

What should I do if my Staffordshire Bull Terrier is barking?

If you’re having problems with excessive noise or barking, we recommend seeking the advice of an accredited behaviourist. Staffies are intelligent dogs who will pick up on their training quickly, so starting positive, reward-based training early will really help them along the way.

Why does my Staffordshire Bull Terrier make a lot of noise?

As with any dog, your Staffie is likely to make noise and how much they vocalise is down to the individual. Staffies aren’t really known for barking though – although many owners report snuffling and pig noises when they eat! If you’re having problems with excessive noise or barking, we recommend seeking the advice of an accredited behaviourist.

How much exercise should a Staffordshire Bull Terrier get?

As with any other breed, Staffordshire bull terriers love going on dog walks and need to be given the right amount of exercise to stay fit and healthy. An ideal amount of exercise is roughly one – two hours a day. This relates to fully grown adult Staffordshire bull terriers.

What should I consider before buying a Staffordshire Bull Terrier?

When making the decision to own any kind of dog or puppy, it is important to give real consideration to whether or not they are suitable for your lifestyle. Staffordshire bull terriers are high energy dogs and are very people oriented, not coping well with being left alone for long periods of time.

How did the Staffordshire Bull Terrier get its name?

Staffies are often kind, gentle dogs despite a somewhat violent history. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier shares common ancestors with the bulldog, pit bull terriers, and the American Staffordshire terrier. They gained their name due to being developed in Staffordshire and northern parts of Birmingham in the UK.

Where does Dyna staffs Staffordshire Bull Terrier come from?

Welcome to the online home of Dyna Staffs. We are breeders of Championship Staffordshire Bull Terriers. We strive to maintain the breed standard including type, and temperament. Our Foundation Staffords were imported from Europe, primarily from England. Our dogs are health tested, results are available upon request.

How often should I exercise my Staffordshire Bull Terrier?

Your Staffie will love you as long you go for at least an hour of exercise per day. It’s understandable given their muscular build and boundless energy. However, it’s not a good idea to over exercise your dog, so a weighted vest is ideal if you want your Staffie to look pumped.