Staffy Puppies For Sale in Namibia

Staffy Puppies For Sale in Namibia

What is Staffy Puppies?

Staffordshire bull terriers, also known as Staffies and Stafs, can be wonderful dogs and they’ve made loving family pets for many years.

Staffy Puppies For Sale in Namibia

The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a medium-sized, stocky, and very muscular dog, with a similar appearance to the much larger American Staffordshire

Frequently Asked Question

What two breeds make a Staffy?

The Staffordshire bull terrier was developed in England during the 19th century for dogfighting. To create a faster and more compact dog breed, bulldogs were crossed with small terriers, most likely Manchester terriers and similar breeds.

Is a Staffy a bull dog?

Staffords share the same ancestry with the modern Bull Terrier, although the two breeds developed along independent lines, and do not resemble each other. Modern Staffords more closely resemble the old type of bull terrier, and were first recognised as a purebred dog breed by The Kennel Club of Great Britain in 1935.

Do Staffies grow fast?

Your Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppy should reach their adult size by the time they are 12 months old, but it isn’t uncommon for some pups to only reach their adult height and length when they are 18 months old. However, your Staffy will not reach their adult weight at this point.

How long does Staffies last?

12–14 years

The average Staffordshire Bull Terrier lifespan is 12–14 years, and the breed is statistically a healthy dog. But it’s important for pet parents to know that Staffies are very averse to heat. Limit outdoor exercise in warm weather, and make sure they have plenty of shade and water.

Is a Staffy stronger than a pitbull?

Both Staffordshire terriers and Pitbulls have strong and muscular builds, but there are some slight differences in their shape. Pitbulls are lean and muscular but well-proportioned. They also have a short, muscular tail, often described as being like a whip. Staffies are medium-sized but stocky and muscular.

Are Staffies a type of pitbull?

Are Staffies Considered Pitbulls? Sadly, some misinformed people might label Staffies as Pitbulls, but the reality is they are not Pitbulls. Pitbulls are banned in the UK since 1991; however, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is registered and recognized by the Kennel Club.

Do Staffies protect their owners?

Staffies are highly affectionate pets and would go to the end of the earth for those that care for them. They develop really close bonds with their owners and would do anything to protect them from harm.

Can Staffies be aggressive?

The Staffordshire Bull Terrier was recognised as a breed by the Kennel Club in 1935. Although the roots of the breed are associated with fighting and the baiting of larger animals, their reputation as a vicious and aggressive breed preceded them. Nowadays, the animals no longer display this kind of aggression.

Is a Staffy a powerful dog?

These strong and agile terriers were originally bred as working dogs, for controlling vermin and fighting.

What do Staffies eat?

Packed with plenty of protein for muscle support, Hypro Premium’s Grain Free Kangaroo & Lamb is the perfect option for your high energy Staffy. Lamb and Kangaroo are not only great sources of protein, but they are low in fat and full of minerals and amino acids.