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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowStaff View Post
    Here's some recent pics of my lot

    BOYS
    Wally 4yo

    Morgan 5 1/2mths

    GIRLS
    Neyla (being coy) 7 1/2mths

    Snaffy is not wanting her picture taken today so that will have to wait
    great photos

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    Thanks Cleasanta, I love my babies....
    They all had a nice hydrobath at the beginning of the week and loved it. Will be getting them all hydrobathed once a month as it wasnt very expensive at all and they came to me

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    I especially like Wally...he is a pretty boy!

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    I have a soft spot for all of my staffs for different things... Wally is a big sook, Snaffy is such a character, Morgan although he is the most irritating but how can you get mad at that face and finally Neyla she is my baby, I got her at a mere 1.16kg and almost lost her but would do it all over again.
    My youngest 2 daughters dogs are just another story

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowStaff View Post
    I have a soft spot for all of my staffs for different things... Wally is a big sook, Snaffy is such a character, Morgan although he is the most irritating but how can you get mad at that face and finally Neyla she is my baby, I got her at a mere 1.16kg and almost lost her but would do it all over again.
    My youngest 2 daughters dogs are just another story
    you are right...they are all adorable!

    I am so happy Neyla is doing so well...she looks like a sweetie pie

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    Hi, this is Floyd, he is our first Staffordshire puppy,and we have fallen in love with the breed. Floyd is like a human with fur, and grunts and snores like a pig. nothing is indistructable or unedible, and our cat is a furry play thing that squeaks.
    Our other dog is 8 years old and is so patient with him, she is a border collie x german shepard, and so quiet, and relaxed.
    we can teach him anything if we have food, or look as if we are going to open the fridge, we have mastered sit and lie down, but he is the worst animal I have ever tried to toilet train, he pees like a never ending tap, are they all like this??

    he loves everyone and everything, and I swear he tries to speak to us, he is a very spoilt little man, but how can you stay mad at him when he gives you that 'look'
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    Quote Originally Posted by irracnna View Post
    he loves everyone and everything, and I swear he tries to speak to us, he is a very spoilt little man, but how can you stay mad at him when he gives you that 'look'
    Floyd is beautiful, anyone who has a Staffy will tell you, you dont own him, you are all his/hers. They have a beautiful nature.

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    Default What quality should a staffy owner have?

    Hi staffy luvers,

    Over the years, I have never owned a bull related dog. I minded a staffy x (very big over 50kg) of my friend for over a year. My experience with her is something you treasure forever. I know the breed is very affectionate and smart, and yet physically strong.

    I am wondering if there is something you can say that you (as a staffy owner) need to have certain quality or personality if you like. For instance I am affectionate and passionate about any dog but I tend to let go of consistency at times. Can share your opinion on what quality a staffy owner should have with me? Thanks.
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    Hi, I've just come across this forum and thought I would join as I noticed some valuable information in regards to the ever so mischievous and lovely breed that is 'Staffy'.

    We have recently gotten our first family dog now that my son is 2 1/2 years old, he has developed a close bond with the puppy as we hoped. They spend countless hours getting up to mischief together in the yard/and my son sneaks the puppy upstairs to chew on the stuffed toys in his room, they are becoming amazingly inseparable after only 4 weeks. Soldier is now 12 weeks old and has fitted in to our home life perfectly.

    Here he is at 8 weeks old


    And at 11 weeks
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/profile.php?do=updatesignature#sigpic
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    Oh good lord!! What a gorgeous pup!!
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