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In the 1850s James Hinks of Birmingham in the West Midlands was the first person to standardise breed type for the Bull Terrier. A thick-set muscular, well-proportioned animal, the Bull Terrie.


The Staffordshire Bull Terrier was not recognised by the English Kennel Club until 1935, despite being bred in the UK in the 19th century. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a powerful and muscular dog, very strong.


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I have a bull terrier male,if there is any one who want to use him for they're fmale to mate give me a call on 072 647 6169

Dec 29, 2021
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Hi im looking for a suitable stud(male) bullterrier for my female to mate with. Please contact me for pics.

Dec 26, 2021
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In the 1850s James Hinks of Birmingham in the West Midlands was the first person to standardise breed type for the Bull Terrier. A thick-set muscular, well-proportioned animal, the Bull Terrie.


The Staffordshire Bull Terrier was not recognised by the English Kennel Club until 1935, despite being bred in the UK in the 19th century. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a powerful and muscular dog, very strong.


South Africa

Find Dog Breeds, Breeders, Pet News & Puppies for sale by breed. To list as a Breeder on DBG, you must be registered with KUSA, CanineSA, SADBA or any other recognised Registry. Listed Registered breeders in Dog Directory Favourite pet site.

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