American Staffordshire Terriers are sturdy, agile, and highly aware of their surroundings. The breed exudes strength with a muscular body, broad skull, and powerful jaw.
Lifespan: 12–16 yr
Height: 17–19 in
Weight: 38–68 lb
The American Staffordshire Terrier's short coat and light shedding make it a very low-maintenance breed in terms of grooming. Weekly brushing with a soft-bristled brush and an occasional bath is usually all these dogs need. Keep in mind that all pups require regular dental care—including at-home teeth brushing and professional dental cleanings.
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Take care to monitor how much your dog eats and reduce portions if they gain too much weight. And remember to count calories from treats. As a general rule, they should make up no more than 10% of a dog's caloric intake.
Demodicosis, Demodectic mange
Disorders of sexual development - sexual reversal, Hip dysplasia
Cataracts Progressive retinal atrophy