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Staffordshire bull terrier sports

Here is a vid of what people are doing with Staffies.
It's good to see that people have bothered to find something to replace their traditional sport of fighting.
Anyway my point is, watch 1min + it is rather funny I though, a staffy 4 way tug of war battle!

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that 4 way tug is cracking me up!

pull staffies PULL!!!

what a versatile 'little' breed!

and they always seem to have so much fun!

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They are tons of madness in a little wee package!
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Thank that was great so glad to see them having fun and not fighting too bad they can't just do that always with no fighting at all for ever.
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Staffords are very cool little dogs! They are really popular here, do they have many in the USA? There is an amazing athletic little stafford at my agility club, he is sooo awesome!


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a good true staffy is a great dog but over hear they have been bred too much, when I was about 10 I loved staffs now I would never get one, far too common

people round here are selling them constantly for 150-200 quid because they cant get rid of them! cant remember the last time I see a pedigree staff for sale either
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Cute videos! Nice to see people doing something with their staffies I like staffies, Ruperts BFF is a little (we think) staffy/rottie mix who we're looking after at the moment while her owners are on holida. She is so much fun, she loves to play rough but makes SO much noise LOL!

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Is all that pulling safe for the dogs?



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I think its probably ok, apparently they train them up for it gradually.
Staffs are so vocal it borders on the annoying, lol
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I see they have special harness and things, but I was wondering because obviously like with a body builder or these strongman competitions, they build it up slowly, but I was thinking if the dog hurt itself it might be difficult to see straight away in some circumstances. Like a strongman would say ouch i've pulled a muscle, need to take a break for a few days, whereas dogs are quite good at hiding it.

LOL, I was walking on some land with public right of way yesterday and the dogs started playing loudly and it was echoing everywhere, so the farmer came out to ask what we were doing! She like's to pick up sticks and twigs and get mine all hyped up tormenting them!



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