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Staffordshire bull terriers, also known as Staffies and Stafs, can be wonderful dogs who have made loving family pets through many decades.Follow our nation’s relationship with Staffordshire bull terriers from the 1920s to the current day in our film. Find out how times have changed for these adorable dogs and get to know Staffies a little better.Staffordshire bull terriers Staffordshire bull terrier puppies have suffered a great deal from overbreeding and bad press in recent years and sadly, many have ended up in our care through irresponsible ownership.However, Staffies can make wonderful pets and many of the Staffies in our care are well behaved, affectionate and playful.To highlight the benefits of owning Staffies, and to promote responsible ownership, we launched RSPCA Team Staffy - a Flickr feed which allowed proud owners of happy, friendly and healthy Staffies to share their favourite pet pics.Staffordshire bull terrier puppies for sale If you’re thinking of buying a Staffordshire bull terrier puppy make sure you’re buying from a reputable breeder and are sure that you can provide the right ‘forever’ home for the puppy you choose.
The Puppy contract website will provide all the guidance you need.Or consider rehoming a dog from us. We have many breeds of dog (and cross-breeds), including Staffordshire bull terriers, in our care looking for loving new homes. All of our dogs are carefully paired with the new owners during the rehoming process to help ensure the perfect match. biewer yorkies for sale in albertaOur dogs will also be vaccinated, microchipped, neutered (where appropriate) and with six weeks' free pet insurancegerman shorthaired pointer pups for sale nswRehoming and adoption Could you offer a 'forever home' to an animal who desperately needs it?puppies for sale in nixa mo
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At the moment the animal family consists of Nine Border Collies, One German Shepherd, One Lurcher, One Cat, Two Parrots, some Chickens, and two Corn Snakes. Although in the past I have also kept or bred, ponies, goats, sheep, pigs, rabbits and assorted poultry.I have also owned and bred, Shelties, Rough collies, Smooth collies, whippets, and poodles, but now limit myself to breeding just a limited number of border collie pups, each year.I have been involved with breeding and showing dogs since the early sixties, but did not own my first border collie until the early seventies, I judge the breed at championship show level, both at home and abroad, and most pastoral breeds at open show level, including the group and best in show.I work with dogs as a dog groomer, and have my own grooming business ‘Dean Dogs’, I am also a qualified micro chipper and am an active committee member of the West of England Border Collie Club, and have in the past been a handler of explosives search dogs, so dogs are more than just my hobby, they are my way of life.
The kennel name - Passim - (Latin for everywhere) was first registered with the Kennel Club in 1977 and registered with the International Sheep Dog Society a short time later. I am only a small kennel, breeding just one to four litters of puppies a year, always in the hope of breeding that ‘special’ pup for myself, to show the following year.My main interest is in breed showing my dogs, but even though I do not take part in other doggy sports personally, many of my pups go on to participate in many other sports with a good deal of success for their new owners. Please take a look at the Gallery to see what a few of them get up to.I feel it is important to maintain the true collie type, a dog that is easy to live with, and is keen to ‘have a go’ at anything you ask of it. It’s very nice to have a pretty dog that wins in the show ring, but it is equally important that our breed maintains the abilities it was originally bred for, a true working dog that can prove its worth in many situations, from working stock to obedience, from agility to search and rescue, it will be a very sad day if the breed loses this versatility.
I have always had a very special interest in the ‘other’ colours in border collies, and have spent a great deal of time studying how the different coat colours are inherited, but I always put health, temperament, soundness and breed type, before colour when choosing my breeding stock, the interesting colours are just the icing on the cake for me.All of my dogs have the relevant health tests that are available, as do any outside stud dogs that I may use. Passim dogs can be found behind many of the coloured Border Collies that are around today, both at home and abroad, and the number of people who have come back to me for a second or even third pup must mean I must be getting something rightI always enjoy hearing from anyone who has one of my Border Collies, or a descendant from my lines and it is a treat to receive pictures of my pups, and hear how they are getting on, you are very welcome to contact me on my contact page. If you would like a picture of your dog on my gallery page, please send me the picture, along with a few words about the dog, and I will be very happy to add it.