History and Characteristics of Staff Bull Terrier Breed
The staff bull terrier is a crossbreed of a bulldog and Black and Tan Terrier. It used to be bred in the victorian age, sometimes after the blood sports were banned and later on these sports were enjoyed secretly. The furs of the terrier are short. They are extremely strong and muscular dogs. The weight of an average adult staff bull terrier is somewhere between 29 to 37 lb. The terrier is a hardy dog and is not prone to many health problems in their life and also has a comparatively longer life span than any other dog. They are largely built and are often mistaken for the pit bull variety. They are usually calm and do not get fierce at the drop of the hat as the breeds like german shepherd do. And you can trust their loyalty with your life. They usually like to stay busy and feel inflated and important when you ask them to do something and they take their work very seriously. They are capable of building strong bonds with their masters with all the affection they have in them. Overall they have a very balanced personality and are great companions.