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Staffordshire Bull Terrier Breeders

Patrick Steven
 


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The Staffordshire bull terrier is a popular breed and consequently there are many breeders that breed these dogs. However; competition amongst breeders is high and sometimes many breeders follow unscrupulous business practices.

If you are not careful you may end up with a sick puppy, a puppy prone to genetic conditions, or an animal with temperament issues. If you really like an animal, none of these issues should matter. After all, many pet owners take pride in being called a pet parent. So minor issues should not stop you from bringing home a Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

You can look up breeders online. Check out dog shows in your area, you can get references for breeders from dog shows; get in touch with Staffordshire bull terrier clubs and ask them for information on good breeders. Visit a breeder's website but do not take what's written over there at face value. There is no alternative to visiting a breeder's site and there are many good breeders in the U. K from whom you can purchase a Staffordshire bull terrier.

Visit the breeder unannounced. The breeder should be able to furnish required licensing documents and references that you can check. Go to the breeder prepared with questions on your Staffie bull terrier. Ask to take a look at the parents; the breeder should not have a problem with that. A genuine breeder should not have any difficulty in establishing a Staffie's pedigree. Each breed is governed by definite standards; know what the standards are for Staffies.

Just as you will have questions, so will the breeder. This is the hallmark of a good breeder; he wishes well for his puppies and would like them to find a household where they can spend their lives in a healthy environment. You will be asked about your family, place of residence, past experience with pets, etc. Your lifestyle will have a direct effect on the Staffordshire bull terrier's lifestyle and therefore has to be measured by the breeder.

Get the pet breeder to put down in his contract everything about the animal; this is important with respect to the puppy's state of health at the time of purchase. A good breeder will also agree to take responsibility of your Staffordshire bull terrier should you wish to return it for any reason.

At all cost eschew and indeed report a breeder you think is keeping ill-fed puppies or trying to run a puppy mill.

Steven is a staffy owner who loves to share his knowledge, experience, love and passion for the Staffordshire Bull Terrier with people from all walks of life. For more information about the Staffordshire Bull Terrier visit my website at Staffordshire Bull Terrier Nederland .

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