English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier

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35-40 lbs
13-14"
United States, United Kingdom
English Bulldog
Staffordshire Bull Terrier

An English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier is a combination of a purebred English Bulldog and Staffordshire Bull Terrier. A steadfast companion, the English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier can have a strong disposition and will need an owner who will provide a leadership role. A sturdy and stout canine, he will need plenty of exercise. He loves attention though, and will be happy to go wherever you go.

Purpose
Companion
Date of Origin
Unknown
Ancestry
English Bulldog, Staffordshire Bull Terrier

English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier Health

Average Size
Height: 14-15 inches Weight: 40-45 lbs
Height: 13-14 inches Weight: 35-40 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Demodectic Mange
  • Canine Hip Dysplasia (Chd)
  • Brachycephalic Syndrome
Minor Concerns
  • Entropion
  • Cherry Eye
  • Weight Gain
Occasional Diagnoses
  • Cataracts
  • Elbow Dysplasia
  • Head Tremors
  • Bladder Stones
Occasional Tests
  • Skin Scraping
  • Spinal Tap
  • Internal Imaging (x-ray, CT scan, MRI, etc.)
  • Blood And Urine Analysis
  • Ophthalmic Examination
  • Orthopedic Exam
  • Biopsies
  • Electronic Nerve Response and Activity Test

English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier Breed History

The name English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier is a combination of the names of the dog’s parent breeds, the English Bulldog and the American Staffordshire Terrier, also known as the Pit Bull Terrier. The American Staffordshire Terrier, became popular in early 1800s when it was developed in the English region of Staffordshire for dog fighting. It was originally called the “Bull and Terrier” and was likely an Old English Bulldog and Terrier mix. Eventually, dog fighting was banned and the breed migrated to the United States where breeders sought to increase the dog’s weight and head size. This variety became known as the Pit Bull Terrier and was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1936. In 1972, it was renamed the American Staffordshire Terrier –  though the Pit Bull nickname has stuck with the breed. The origin of the other parent breed, the Bulldog, is widely debated although this trusty breed has  been a member of the American Kennel Club since 1886. He is a member of the Non Sporting group, which is a bit ironic considering he was originally bred to participate in sport (the cruel practises of bull-baiting and dog fighting). Now the official mascot for Yale University, along with many other schools, this endearing dog is presently the 4th most popular dog breed according to the American Kennel Club roster. The English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier is likely to have been bred for decades, given its parent breeds’ close relation and geographical closeness. However, it is not widely recognized today and regulated or recognized by the AKC.

English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier Breed Appearance

English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier is a stout and muscular dog that has the build of a Bulldog with wide-set legs, short to medium sized tail, and compact paws. Its legs are straight or bowed and it has a thick neck and wide chest. Generally, they are a medium-size with an average weight of 35 to 45 pounds and height of 13 to 15 inches tall. Their short coat is straight and fine, and may have a sheen. Their face is more like a Staffordshire Bull Terrier – it has a broad skull, distinct cheek muscles, and a short foreface with a black nose. Its eyes are round and typically dark, while its ears are small and fold over.

Eye Color Possibilities
Brown
Nose Color Possibilities
Black
Coat Color Possibilities
Fawn
Blue
Black
White
Red
Brindle
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier Breed Maintenance

English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers are a relatively low maintenance breed. Their short coat, which is not hypoallergenic, does not typically require cutting or styling. Brushing each week with a slicker brush can help reduce the breed’s moderate to low shedding and help maintain the shine of the coat. Owners should aim to bathe English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers once a month, although care should be taken to make sure the skin is not becoming irritated as this hybrid’s skin can be sensitive. As with all breeds, owners should also brush their English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier’s teeth daily and clip its toenails – which grow very fast in this hybrid – once or twice a month. Additionally, English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers should have their ears checked regularly for wax buildup and debris.

Brushes for English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier
Pin Brush
Slicker Brush
Comb
Nail Clipper
Brushing Frequency
Daily Weekly Monthly

English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier Temperament

English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers may look fierce, but they are quite affectionate, even towards children. They are also quite loyal and regularly seek affirmation from their owners. In fact, they will become listless and experience separation anxiety if they are left alone for too long. English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers respond well to obedience training because of their willingness to please. Beyond this, they inherit playfulness from both parent breeds and enjoy engaging in games with their owners and other dogs on play dates or in dog parks. Their fearless attitude can sometimes be confused with aggression (though they aren’t heavy barkers). They are not known to instigate confrontation with other dogs – though they are unlikely to get along with cats. In the end, it doesn’t matter where English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers live – all that matters is that this dog gets enough love and is surrounded by “its people”.

English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier Activity Requirements

English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers enjoy and need daily exercise, as well as an ample supply of chew toys to be satisfied. This breed also loves to rough house so a (supervised) daily romp in the dog park or moderate walk will make them very happy. Note that while these dogs are well mannered, their strength can sometimes make them difficult to handle on leashes. Additionally, English Bully Staffy Bull Terriers are very sensitive to the heat and should not be over exercised in hot temperatures. Overall, this breed enjoys a healthy mix of play and downtime – they love relaxing indoors with their owners after an active day.
Activity Level
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
10 miles
Minutes of Activity Per Day
45 minutes

English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
3 cups
Daily Cost
$1.2 - $1.4
Monthly Cost
$34 - $45

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