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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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R2,500

Purebred Staffie pups will be up for sale!!!! • Parents can be viewed (Grandparents can be also viewed by prior arrangement only). • All pups w...

3 days ago
R3,500

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Puppies for sale . Both mum and dad have amazing temperaments, are brilliant with children and other dogs. Pups are bein...

4 days ago
R5,000

Staffie Puppies (Thoroughbred) Born Oct 2020. Ready for Collection Last Week December/ Early January

Feb 12, 2021
R4,000

Pure bred staffie puppies for sale.Mother is from western cape and the father is from Mpumhlanga. Puppies vaccinated and dewormed ready to go to ...

Feb 04, 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. Listed Registered breeders in Dog Directory Favourite pet site.

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