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    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
    What gorgeous dogs. You must love them so much. We have two 14 month old Staffys. Brother and sister. Hard work (still ongoing) but all worth it. I couldn't help noticing that all yours have dog collars on. Our two swing out of eachothers collars, we rescued one as he was in the process of being choked. So collars now are only put on when we go out. The same goes for their coats when it's cold. They only wear them when they sleep (and they sleep in separate crates). Is this caused by a failure on our part do you think? Or will thy grow out of trying to rip everything off eachother?

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    Hello Everyone!

    You just gotta love a Staffy! So many good looking staffy's here!

    Here are a few pics of my spoilt lil fella from the early days.

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    He is almost 1 and a half now.

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    Staffies are just absolutely beautiful dogs, this is my little man Oskar, 14 weeks old and he is very spoilt, but is a beautiful natured pup. My human kids love him too. My boyfriend absolutely adores him lol.
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    With all these staffies, has anyone ever had any problems bringing a new staffy into the home to live with a current staffy? If so, how did you deal with it?

    I do realise all staffies are different so what may/may not have worked for you may/may not work for me. And I do realise (human) leadership plays a big role.

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    I never had any issues. When I brought Bella home Harley didn't know what she was. So I held her while he sused her out and covered her in slobber. I didn't leave them alone for at least a month unsupervised though until I was comfortable enough with how Harley felt about her. Now they are best friends! Lol

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    At least you had a happy ending I guess my boy is just difficult lol.

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    Sometimes it just takes time! They get use to it eventually!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Here are some photos of my babies
    My little girl Ash (short for Ashley) and my boy Bailey, sitting in his friends water bowl!....too cute for words xx
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    Haha Bailey looks like a real character!
    If you find yourself going through hell; Don't stay. Just keep on going.
    Beau.

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    Sarah they are so cute! Love Bailey in the water bowl!!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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