English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier

He is not recognized by the F.C.I.

Origin
Great Britain -> U.S.A.
Translation
Francis Vandersteen

A brief presentation of the English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier

An English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier is a combination of a purebred English Bulldog and a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. An unfailing companion, the English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier can have a strong temperament and will need an owner who will play a leading role. A robust, stout dog, it will need plenty of exercise. However, he loves attention and will be happy to go wherever you go.

History of the English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier

The name English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier is a combination of the names of the dog's parent breeds, the English Bulldog and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, also known as the Pit Bull Terrier. The English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier has probably been bred for decades, given the close relationship and geographical proximity of its parent breeds. However, it is not widely recognized today and regulated or recognized by the AKC.

 

        

A little of the English Bulldog

        
The origin of the Bulldog is widely debated, although this loyal breed has been a member of the American Kennel Club since 1886. It is a member of the Non Sporting group, which is a little ironic given that it was originally bred for sport (cruel bull riding and dog fighting practices). Now the official mascot of Yale University, along with many other schools, this endearing dog is currently the 4th most popular dog breed according to the American Kennel Club's list.
Standard of the English Bulldog

A little of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier

The Staffordshire Bull Terrier became popular in the early 1800s when it was developed in the English Staffordshire region for dog fighting. It was originally called the "Bull and Terrier" and was probably an Old English Bulldog and Terrier mix. Eventually, dogfighting was banned and the breed migrated to the USA, where breeders sought to increase the weight and size of the dog's head. This variety became known as the Pit Bull Terrier and was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1936. In 1972, it was renamed the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, although the Pit Bull moniker has stuck with the breed.
Standard of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Appearance of the English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier

The English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier is a robust, muscular dog of Bulldog build, with broad legs, a short to medium-sized tail and compact paws. Their legs are straight or arched, and they have a thick neck and broad chest. They are generally medium-sized, with an average weight of 16 to 20.5 kilos and a height of 33 to 38 centimeters. Their short coat is straight and fine, and can have a sheen. Their face is more like a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, with a broad skull, distinct cheek muscles and a short forehead with a black nose. Their eyes are round and generally dark, while their ears are small and folded.

Temperament of the English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier

English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers may appear fierce, but they are quite affectionate, even towards children. They are also quite loyal and regularly seek affirmation from their owners. In fact, they will become apathetic and experience separation anxiety if left alone for too long. English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers respond well to obedience training because of their willingness to please. Beyond that, they inherit the playfulness of both parent breeds and enjoy participating in games with their owners and other dogs at play dates or dog parks. Their fearless attitude can sometimes be mistaken for aggression, although they are not big barkers. They are not known for provoking confrontations with other dogs, although they are unlikely to get along with cats. Ultimately, no matter where English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers live, all that matters is that this dog gets enough love and is surrounded by its people.

Needs and activities of the English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier

English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers love and need daily exercise, as well as plenty of chew toys to keep them happy. This breed also loves to wander around the house, so a daily, supervised walk in the dog park or a moderate stroll will keep them very happy. Note that while these dogs are well behaved, their strength can sometimes make them difficult to handle on a leash. In addition, English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers are very sensitive to heat and should not be over-exercised in hot weather. Overall, this breed enjoys a healthy mix of play and downtime, and loves to relax indoors with its owners after an active day.

Maintenance of the English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier

English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers are a relatively low-maintenance breed. Their short coats, which are not hypoallergenic, generally do not require trimming or styling. Weekly brushing with a smoother brush can help reduce the breed's moderate to low shedding and help maintain coat luster. Owners should aim to bathe English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers once a month, although precautions should be taken to ensure the skin doesn't become irritated as this hybrid's skin can be sensitive. As with all breeds, owners should also brush their English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier's teeth daily and trim its nails, which grow very quickly in this hybrid, once or twice a month. In addition, English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers should have their ears checked regularly for wax build-up and debris.

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