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    hi, i brought an american x english staffy, i am just wondering if any one can tell from these pictures if thats what she looks like and is not crossed with anything else, unfortuantly she died but the seller offerd me another dog, i just want to make sure they are american x english and nothing else



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    looks like a english staffy pup, if you dont mind how did she die?

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    Can you see the parents?
    My brother has a purebred english staffy http://www.dogforum.com.au/members/s...lly-grown.html
    Its hard to tell while they are puppies as they look very similar to regular staffies, but the pic does definately look like a staffy, just can't tell specifically which ones.

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    hey, im unsure how she died, i wasnt home but my mum was playing with her inside the house, she then let her out to play in the grass, my mum kept watch on her and seen her chuck up, my mum then went to see if the pup was ok and it just had no energy, my mum then took the pup to the vet as the dog kept chucking and froughing from the mouth, she also had the runs which contained blood, so i got her put down....

    just to let use know thats just her asleep in the pics...

    i also have just found out that the owner has no more pups so im back looking

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    Hi Blue-Staff,

    OK , firstly sounds like your bub died from Parvo . Which is why it is so important to make sure pups are vaccinated,something most unregistered breeders dont bother with sadly

    The pup above is very young( was it 8 weeks when you bought it?) so it is very hard to take a guess at what breed it is . However,there is no such thing as 'English Staff' , it is just Stafford . Crossing an Amstaff( my breed) with a Stafford in my honest opinion is asking for heart break in todays climate . The poor dogs would be lovely targets for any Ranger or ACO due to BSL.

    Both the Amstaff and the Stafford are brilliant breeds in their own right,certainly no need to cross them.

    There are many,many Staffords flooding the general market , both papered and unpapered. In fact the Stafford is the most prevalent dog in Australian pounds


    Please have a think about what type of dog you are after and be sure to confirm that the breeders have vaccinated their puppies.There should be paperwork to prove it has been done.

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    sounds good ot me
    smith

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    If the puppy did have Parvo any pup you take home that has not had a full course of three vaccinations may die from it as well. Maybe you should look for an old fully vaccinated dog, it would be very cruel to expose another puppy to Parvo and it can live in your yard for many months

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    This is an old thread folks, with the OP long gone from here.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Thats what I was thinking....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blu-Staff View Post
    hey, im unsure how she died, i wasnt home but my mum was playing with her inside the house, she then let her out to play in the grass, my mum kept watch on her and seen her chuck up, my mum then went to see if the pup was ok and it just had no energy, my mum then took the pup to the vet as the dog kept chucking and froughing from the mouth, she also had the runs which contained blood, so i got her put down....

    just to let use know thats just her asleep in the pics...

    i also have just found out that the owner has no more pups so im back looking
    Hi i have puppies if you like im in Victoria Melbourne don't know if its good for you but have a look at this website iv made for the Mother Casperess a Female American Staffy goto Casperess the American Staffy
    all puppies are wormed
    @ 2 weeks
    4 weeks
    6 weeks then
    Vet Checked
    Vaccinated c3 Shot with Certificate
    photos and info you need to know about the bread are all at
    Casperess the American Staffy
    hope this helps you

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