Good For First-Time Owners?
Tolerates Being Alone?
Affectionate With Family?
Friendly Toward Other Dogs?
Friendly Toward Strangers?
Easy To Groom?
Prone To Obesity?
The American Staffordshire Terrier is developed in the States and his ancestry includes breeds such as mastiffs and bulldogs.
This dog was bred for a stable temperament and adapted for hunting rodents and other vermin. American Staffordshire Terriers reached a peak of popularity in the first half of the 20th century when the breed became globally known as the all-American pet.
Also, everyone knows that this breed was used for dog fights, which is why they were crossed with terriers to create fearless dogs that would excel in the fighting pit.
As a physically extremely strong breed, this isn’t a dog for someone who doesn’t have enough physical strength and a strong dog experience with a focus on great training skills.
They come in many colors and patterns. Their muscular bodies are usually 17 to 19 inches at the shoulder, with a broad head, and well-defined jaws. This dog is so loyal that they wouldn’t refuse any type of command.
This breed is often associated with many attacks both in humans and dogs, but dog experts urge people to focus on the deed and not on the breed because no matter how hard the data on attacks might be, the reasons for it are usually unknown or dishonest.