Staffy Bull Bullmastiff

34-120 lbs
14-26"
Unknown
Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Bullmastiff
Staffordshire Bullmastiff

Staffordshire Bull Terriers and Bullmastiffs are bred together to create the hybrid Staffy Bull Bullmastiff, which is a medium to large sized dog with a sweet personality. These dogs may look big and scary, but in reality they are cuddly giants who love their family and are very protective of them. Because of their calm nature, the Staffy Bull Bullmastiff is a great companion for children and can also live in apartments, as long as they are big enough. They have a few health concerns to watch out for, but have a good lifespan of around 12 to 16 years.

Purpose
Working Dog, Companion
Date of Origin
Unknown
Ancestry
Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Bullmastiff

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff Health

Average Size
Male Staffy Bull Bullmastiff size stats
Height: 14-27 inches Weight: 38-130 lbs
Female Staffy Bull Bullmastiff size stats
Height: 14-26 inches Weight: 34-120 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Entropion
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Gastric Dilation Volvulus
Minor Concerns
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Elbow Dysplasia
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy
  • Cataracts
Occasional Diagnoses
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Deafness
  • Allergies
  • Cardiomyopathy
Occasional Tests
  • Physical Examination
  • Radiographs
  • Urinalysis
  • ECG
  • Optical Exam
  • Schirmer Tear Test
  • Joint Fluid Sample
  • Blood Work
  • Electroretinogram

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff Breed History

The Staffy Bull Bullmastiff is a designer dog breed created from crossing a Staffordshire Bull Terrier and a Bullmastiff. The Bullmastiff is a dog who hails from England and was developed around the 1860’s. These dogs were originally a cross themselves between a Mastiff and a Bulldog. Gamekeepers were searching for a dog who could monitor game reserves and large estates as well as keep poachers away. At first, they tried the Mastiff but they were not aggressive enough and were also too slow. Next they tried the English Bulldog, but they were too aggressive and also too small. After crossing these two dogs, they found the perfect match. Bullmastiffs excelled at this job as they had the ability to silently track down and hold poachers without harming them. At the beginning of the 20th century, gamekeeping dogs were no longer needed, although there were staged competitions in which the Bullmastiff continued to dominate. Staffordshire Bull Terriers are also an English breed from centuries ago. At this time, bull-baiting and bear-baiting were common sports in Britain. Once these practices were banned in 1835, dog fighting took their place. To create dogs who would be skilled at this sport, Bulldogs were crossed with Black-and-Tan Terriers and the result was the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Dog fighting was outlawed in England by the 1930s, although it is still practiced illegally underground. This breed made an appearance in the United States after the Second World War.

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff Breed Appearance

The Staffy Bull Bullmastiff is a solid and muscular dog breed that will be medium to large in size once it reaches maturity. The overall appearance of these dogs will be a mix between that of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and the Bullmastiff. However, if you look closely enough you can see some characteristics from both of these breeds. The face, although it usually resembles the Bullmastiff, will be not quite as wrinkled. The Bullmastiff is a large dog with a broad and wrinkled head that has a short and dark muzzle and a slight underbite. Their ears are also dark and pendant, and the high set tails are tapering and reach down to the hock. Staffordshire Bull Terriers are sturdy and agile with a broad head and strong jaws that meet in a scissors bite. They have short muzzles, defined stops and distinct cheek muscles. Their eyes are round and dark and the noses are black. The ears can be either half pricked or rose shaped and the necks are short but thick and very muscular. These dogs have broad chests and level toplines. Your Staffy Bull Bullmastiff will be an attractive mix of the two, strong and majestic with a determined gait. One thing to note, his weight can vary to a large degree, depending on the parental mix.

Eye Color Possibilities
hazel Staffy Bull Bullmastiff eyes
Hazel
Nose Color Possibilities
black Staffy Bull Bullmastiff nose
Black
Coat Color Possibilities
brindle Staffy Bull Bullmastiff coat
Brindle
white Staffy Bull Bullmastiff coat
White
black Staffy Bull Bullmastiff coat
Black
fawn Staffy Bull Bullmastiff coat
Fawn
red Staffy Bull Bullmastiff coat
Red
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
Staffy Bull Bullmastiff straight coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff Breed Maintenance

The Staffordshire Bull Bullmastiff will adopt a coat that is similar to both of the parent dogs. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier has a short and sleek coat, whereas the Bullmastiff also has short but rough fur. Both breeds do not need very much grooming, although they do shed through the entirety of the year. Occasional grooming will help the fur look sleek and clean, as well as get your dog used to being handled. You also need to maintain your dog’s dental hygiene, which can be done by brushing their teeth at least two or three times per week. To prevent ear infections, Staffordshire Bull Bullmastiffs will need to have their ears cleaned once a week. Trimming your dog’s nails is also needed regularly. Although the exact frequency depends on the dog, you should check the length of their nails around once or twice a month. If you can hear your dog’s nails clicking on the floor when they walk, it is a good indication that they are too long and need to be trimmed.

Brushes for Staffy Bull Bullmastiff
Pin Brush
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Brushing Frequency
Staffy Bull Bullmastiff requires weekly brushing
Daily Weekly Monthly

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff Temperament

Both parents of the Staffy Bull Bullmastiff, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and the Bullmastiff, are very strong and powerful dogs. Because of this, their offspring will definitely need consistent training while they are growing up. The Bullmastiff is not known as an intelligent breed and can be quite independent and stubborn. However, these qualities should balance with the smart and eager to please personality of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. The best way to teach these dogs is to be firm but kind, and to give them rewards when they perform well. Since both parent breeds can also be a bit aggressive, it is essential that they are taught to behave and to look at you for direction from a young age. Although these dogs are big and powerful, they are actually quite affectionate, loyal and gentle, making them great choices for families and children. They often consider themselves to be guardians of the house and will be kind and protective towards young kids. This breed does not like being left home alone for long periods of time and if they get bored and lonely, they may start chewing or become destructive.

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff Activity Requirements

The activity level of the Staffy Bull Bullmastiff will be somewhere in between those of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and the Bullmastiff. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is usually quite active, but since the Bullmastiff is more docile we can assume that the Staffy Bull Bullmastiff will have a bit less energy. Because of this, we can say that these dogs will most likely have a moderate energy level and should be exercised for around 25 to 45 minutes per day. Because they are not extremely energetic, these dogs can live well in an apartment as long as it is big enough for them. Do not exercise them too much in the heat, as they prefer the cold and do not handle warm temperatures very well.
Activity Level
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
7 miles
Minutes of Activity Per Day
45 minutes

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
3 cups
Daily Cost
$2.00 - $3.00
Monthly Cost
$80.00 - $90.00

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff Height & Weight

6 Months
Male Staffy Bull Bullmastiff size stats at six months
Height: 10.5 inches Weight: 45.5 lbs
Female Staffy Bull Bullmastiff size stats at six months
Height: 10.0 inches Weight: 39.5 lbs
12 Months
Male Staffy Bull Bullmastiff size stats at 12 months
Height: 13.5 inches Weight: 58.5 lbs
Female Staffy Bull Bullmastiff size stats at 12 months
Height: 13.0 inches Weight: 52.5 lbs
18 Months
Male Staffy Bull Bullmastiff size stats at 18 months
Height: 17.5 inches Weight: 70.5 lbs
Female Staffy Bull Bullmastiff size stats at 18 months
Height: 17.0 inches Weight: 64.5 lbs

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff Owner Experiences

Duke
6 Years
5 People
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He's sweet and cute, and loves to play ball. He's very curious about other dogs, and very protective of the house.
1 month ago
Buster
7 Months
9+ People
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He’s very sweet and loving, he has a lot of Energy
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Buster
6 Months
4 People
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He is really playful and kind of good guardian and is really friendly with dogs and humans
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Denzel
9 Months
3 People
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Pure stubborn bullheaded push every button pocket rocket! Total petulant child by answering back when told "no" 😂 wants to say hello to every dog and human! But loving, gentle and my shadow. Rescued him at 12wks with umbilical hernia, smaller than his siblings and totally ignored me at 1st meet 😂 quiet and loved snuggles i melted! Got him home and WHOA! Who put 50p in the loonie? Lol! Ate my staircase, mauled my leggins 10+ pairs, ate my slippers, savaged my dressing gowns and that was day 1 lmao! 6mths on he still has mad 2hrs around 7pm! Zoomies while barking n howling god help you if you are in the way! After all that he is adorable, funny, loving and loyal! Id be lost without him! Cant leave him tho 😢 sings like pavarotti, neighbours love him tho and chuckle if i do! Hes mamas boy 100% crawls round my shoulders like a scarf n nuzzles in! Mountain goat/kangaroo/staffy/mastiff mix im sure! 1st bullmastaff as always had Am Staffs 30+yrs n its challenging sometimes, id never change him tho! Denzel the Destroyer is mamas boy, here to stay! Well till he eats the house!
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Buster
4 Years
3 People
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Buster was so easy to train as a puppy with commands. They came with treats when he performed well and his response was amazing. Buster was the runt of the litter and we got him at 8 months. His siblings were very excitable and energetic when we went to the breeders place. His parents were lovely natured. But for some reason Buster seemed very non interested in people and didn't behave the same as his siblings. He appeared sad and depressed to be honest. I chose him straight away as I knew I could give him a good home and happy life. I had a lot of difficulty getting him to engage with people as he was very wary of strangers. I got some advice from the vets in terms of how to ease him into trusting humans and socialising him. We had no problems with him engaging with other dogs, he seemed to be very comfortable with other dogs and gentle as well. It was with people that he had some difficulty with. So I walked him as a puppy everyday and got people & children to stop and greet him and give him a pat each time. Buster was keen to learn and with that said he is so smart and learned so quickly. When I left for work I placed him, his food and drink and his bed some place that was easy for him and comfortable and trained him to sit or lay on his bed gave him a treat and when I came home he was on his bed waiting for me to come home. This type of training taught him to know that I was coming back, the time I returned and lessened the anxiety and attachment issues he may have had. Buster still has some issues when he goes on his walks, he still pulls a bit. He gets very excited and whimpers when other dogs are around as all he wants to do is play. My experience with having Buster as our family member with the mix of Staffy Bullmastiff is that he is a beautiful loving dog that has changed my life and is just so gentle with children. His personal hygiene could smell better but he is so loved and with time and effort put into sensible dog training he has turned out to be such a great personality and friendship for us as a family. Such a well behaved dog.
3 months, 2 weeks ago
Ebony
10 Months
4 People
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When we got her from the rescue group she was 8 week old. She definitely is independent and Stubborn. She is also loyal and heaps of fun. My only concern is how big is she going to grow. The best Thing about Ebony is that she is the runt. Ever since I wonted a to the dog I wanted a runt (smallest and normally the weakest out of the litter). Another thing I like about her is how she chases the hose and plays with moths and butterflies but does not kill them. What a gentle giant!
3 months, 3 weeks ago
ROCKY
10 Months
1 People
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WHAT IT MEANS TO HAVE A LARGE SIZE DOG there is no doubt of my love for Rocky. in fact I always go to the last mile for him. but the fact remains that he has THAT HE DONE MANY BAD THINGS AS POPPY SOMME RELAY BAD. this post is a tip for those who would like to take a large dog. first of all you must be willing to receive damages and sometimes even serious ones, especially during the first year of life, then you must be financially prepared, sometimes even huge expenses. and to be of good health I do not say well-trained but physically well placed because he is not a little dog when they pull they have tremendous strength and if you are not strong they throw you on the ground, in addition you must have a space where he can play, a garden, a courtyard , a large terrace. it is still important that YOU TAKE HIN to a trainer in the sixth month, if you want to avoid certain behaviors that turn a walk into a nightmare. I say this because of what I wrote everything happened to me, and not all of this, even though I am aware that I made my bed and now I have to sleep IN I'M crazy ABOUT HIM . in a nutshell the needs of a large dog are many, think about it before you take it
3 months, 4 weeks ago
Kobe Belonga
4 Months
1 People
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Kobe is extremely intelligent and a fast learner. He is a joy to have around and gets along with my 4yr old German Shepherd mix
6 months, 2 weeks ago
Bessa
8 Months
2 People
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Overall loving, affectionate, protective. Very playful. My only criticism is how do I get little miss to stop jumping on you and child. Also she constantly just drops and pees and poops inside. That's with door open to the backyard so she still has that freedom to go to the toilet. I am at a loss and overly going through cleaning agents. Tips?
7 months, 1 week ago
Molly
6 Years
3 People
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Molly is such a smart dog, she hadn't been around many babies until recently a friend of ours brought their baby girl to our house, and Molly fell in Love. Instead of tearing up the babies stuffed animals in less than 1 second, Molly laid next to them, and protected them from our other 2 dogs... she wouldn't let them get near the babies toys, or the baby. Molly watched over the baby like a new Momma ... 💝
8 months, 1 week ago
Loki
9 Weeks
2 People
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When loki arrived he was shy and apprehensive as everything was new but after just 3 days he was prancing around confidently and happily. He had plenty of new toys as it was xmas and he managed to consume 1/4 of a large turkey in 5 days. He loves his food and I reckon this breed will eat till they pop so portion sizes are important to monitor. Loki has learnt sit, paw,other paw and 'leave it' in just 5 days. He is very clever and will drag a toy to place he wants to chew such as shoe. He then pretends to chew his toy but is actually trying to hide the fact hes got your shoe! Very clever for a 9 week old pup. Very stubborn breed so a firm but loving hand is needed plus lots of patience. We are 2 adults in the home and both nackered looking after Loki's training routine but will ensure a good well trained dog for the future.
9 months ago
kane
18 Months
4 People
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good so far training is trying
9 months, 4 weeks ago
Bow
1 Year
5 People
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Bows a great dog around kids and loves her toys and doing thing for treats and good girls. Happy to please and love giving cuddles with everyone.
10 months, 1 week ago
Atlas
1 Year
4 People
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He's an adorable idiot. Our guy is very intelligent and stubborn meaning he fits right in here. He plays hard and loves harder. He's not a barker but is very alert and watchful.
11 months, 3 weeks ago
Milo
10 Years
2 People
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The most loving, loyal dog I’ve ever known! He may look scary but he’s a mummy’s boy. couldnt imagine life without my boy.
1 year ago
Ferguson
One Year
1 People
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Ferguson was diagnosed with Hip Displasa at 5 months old he is a loving dog who is very stubborn and headstrong protective of me but so friendly with other dogs and people and he is brindle and really big
1 year ago
Ace
9 Months
2 People
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I find that my staffy bull bullmastiff is mostly obedient but can be cheeky. He is amazing with children and most new people he meets but if he doesn't like someone he will growl until they're gone. He is definitely more obedient when my partner is making the commands but is still extremely protective of me and will often sit between me and the door.
1 year ago
Bones
11 Months
4 People
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These are beautiful dogs. Mine is 11 months at @85 lbs. He really is a gentle giant, great with family and kids. Good with other dogs as he has been socialized since 2 months old. This breed is a bit stubborn and will require some extra work as far as training. They also are pretty active breed.
1 year, 2 months ago
Beau
6 Months
3 People
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He is an amazing dog unfortunately we found out that he has a brain disease that is a 50/50 chance of surviving but he is still a happy playful boisterous pup he weighs now 57lbs and outgrown our other staffy mix now, he can be very gentle with other dogs and people but if there is anything near him he will knock it over because he is so dopey, couldn’t ask for a better dog very loyal to me his main owner, pain the the ass sometimes but he’s a puppy haha
1 year, 2 months ago
Loco
2 Years
4 People
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Just her since pup she sleeps eats and chases balls with the kids
1 year, 4 months ago
Narla
1 Week
2 People
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Narla was rescued at 11 weeks as she had no home to go to. Since then she has been well received by her two older brother cats and older brother dog.
1 year, 4 months ago
Maicy Belle
7 Months
4 People
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Maicy is a very vocal, sweet, loving and loyal puppy. She is very energetic, hard-headed at times, very intelligent. She is definitely a chewer, so we have plenty of toys and bones that are relatively durable and accessible at all times. At 7 mos,she is approx 65lbs/20"tall,and socialized with other dogs and people of all ages! She is an awesome dog!
1 year, 5 months ago
Roxy
3 Years
2 People
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Rox is a rescue dog and unfortunately has not been properly socialised. She is very loving and cuddly and also gets lonely when left alone too long. She can become nibbly and destructive. She has good energy levels but can be tiring when she gets walked as she pulls on the lead and has no manners around other dogs. With some training we think Roxy will become the perfect family dog and we can't wait.
1 year, 5 months ago
NIBBLES
20 Months
2 People
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He is a big friendly giant loves cuddles takes up all the bed and always like to be leaning on me hyper at times and likes to jump at people to show how much he likes humans my best buddy Nibbles 😁
1 year, 5 months ago
Aztec
7 Months
3 People
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They pull and tear things apart but he is a puppy. and there breed from what I have experience so far they are really smart and love being with people very friendly but my staffy bull bullmastif is abit weird around little kids but other then that he is a very good dog his height is 15.5 inches tall and weight is 23kgs at 7 months old so his a big boy overall great dog just need patience with them there quick learner and love a Pat and cuddles...
1 year, 6 months ago
Tyson
3 Years
3 People
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Laid back, gets over excited at times but mostly calm and quiet. Great with other pets. Very effectionate, oversized lap dog. Protective of his home. Learns fast with positive reinforcement but can occasionally forget his training and ignor you for a brief time, then straight back to being responsive. Very loyal to his main person
1 year, 6 months ago
Kili
7 Months
4 People
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Lovable caring protective fun expressive
1 year, 7 months ago
Zena
3 Years
3 People
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She is loyal, loving cuddly and brilliant with my baby. I have had her from 6 weeks old and she is my best friend. Defended me a few times from my old abusive partner, bless her and lays on my and licks me if I cry. She is big and scary looking but as friendly and welcoming as they come. Except, to be honest when I was pregnant. Very protective and clingy. But that stopped as soon as baby came home nearly a year ago. Perfection in dog form.
1 year, 7 months ago
Scooby
13 Months
4 People
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Scooby joined our family nearly a month ago, he's like my baby. He's so loving and friendly,never barks at other dogs unless they bark at him first. Doesn't enjoy being on his own gets lonely very fast. Finding it hard to train him as he is very stubborn, he enjoys jumping up and biting his lead when he gets too excited on walks. But he prefers playing than walking.
1 year, 7 months ago
Buudy
14 Months
5 People
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Most affectionate dog, cannot be left alone he gets lonely. loves to play and go for walks. Prefers cooler temperatures.loves being in the middle no matter where we are. Loves sleeping in. Covers his eyes from the light if he's tired. Fussy eater. Prefers to be hand fed. Loves being in the can hanging out the window.
1 year, 8 months ago
Bruzier
4 Years
4 People
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got him as a rescue dog and he didn't have the best start to life, so we welcome him into our home and soon found out he was a stubborn dog and will tell you no, but he is loyal and affectinate dog, he is a perfect fit and completes our family
1 year, 8 months ago
Chayse
29 Months
2 People
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He's beautiful, best nature towards owner and family. Very overprotective, runs the fence line all the time. Loves the beach although doesn't swim, but loves to put his paws in. Unfortunately not good with other dogs as he likes to be top Raman. Chayse is 2 and a half years old. Had him since he was 3 weeks. My buddy, best friend.
1 year, 8 months ago
Bonnie
4 Years
3 People
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I’ve had my girl for around 4 years and I couldn’t ask for a better dog she’s the only dog I’ve ever owned and for a first dog she is an absolute dream come true!!
1 year, 8 months ago
Honey
10 Years
3 People
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We rescued Honey, 3 years ago from Battersea dogs home. She has become part of the family, from the first day we took her home. She’s full of love and happiness and easily gets excited about walking or getting a new toy. She’s my best friend and has honestly saved my life.
1 year, 8 months ago
Lola
10 Months
2 People
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They are loyal and generally gentle dogs
1 year, 9 months ago
Duke
7 Years
2 People
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We rescued Duke earlier this year and he has been amazing. His temperament is amazing and he is such a character. We find him to be very loyal and protective and very affectionate. He loves nothing more than a cuddle and some attention
1 year, 12 months ago
Ginger
7 Months
4 People
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She is the most amazing dog i have ever owned she is so friendly and loving and loves my kids.She is a big time snuggler.
1 year, 12 months ago
Sylveon
Eight Months
3 People
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So far she has separation anxiety but she is one wonderful girl. Lots of training to do still but works wonderful with it.
2 years, 1 month ago
Zimba
3 Months
1 People
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None but willing to try
2 years, 1 month ago
Rio
22 Months
4 People
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Got him at 11 months old, he is very hyper, greets everyone with his paws first, loves people and loves his cuddles
2 years, 1 month ago
Stanley Blue Seville
9 Months
2 People
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He’s a fun energised and very affectionate. He loves to play with us and be around people. He’s brilliant when he walks and he’s very laid back and lazy.
2 years, 2 months ago
Hadies
8 Months
4 People
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He's very curious if new people but loves his family and good with children
2 years, 2 months ago
Tassle
8 Weeks
1 People
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DogActivity object
I havs just recently bought my little girl and shes a dream
2 years, 2 months ago
Buster
9 Months
1 People
Apartment
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Very jumpy and always want loving
2 years, 3 months ago
Cody
4 Years
1 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
She is the best dog i have ever had
2 years, 4 months ago
Book me a walkiee?
Pweeeze!
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd