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8 Year Old Staffordshire Terrier To A Good Home

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Unfortunately, I have to get rid of my dog. She was found abandoned and turned in to the humane society in Chicago at 1-2 years old. The Humane society neutered her and put her up for adoption. My friend adopted her and kept her for the last 5 years and then I adopted her and had her for the last year. She is the friendliest, house broken, and great around kids. She's not much of an outdoors dog. She prefers to be inside. Very good temperment. Nieces and nephews are with the dog all the time so she is GREAT around kids. Oh and she DOESN'T bark!! She weighs around 40lbs. She is registered and has all shots.

I will give her kennel and all items that belongs to her to the new owner

email me with questions teng.xiong@comcast.net

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More commonly known as Pit Bull?

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Here are a few links about the breed. I just thought that everyone should have the correct info. They are not the same as a Pit Bull but actually are a cousin of the Pit Bull.

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My buddy had the same breed. She was a great dog and loved to play frisbee (sp?) and lick everything. Nice looking dog there webwarrior, I wish my APT would allow pets.

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Thank You for the links.. Much appreciated!!

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Here are a few links about the breed. I just thought that everyone should have the correct info. They are not the same as a Pit Bull but actually are a cousin of the Pit Bull.


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She's the nicest dog I know. i wish I can keep her but unfortunately I can't crazy.gif

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My buddy had the same breed. She was a great dog and loved to play frisbee (sp?) and lick everything. Nice looking dog there webwarrior, I wish my APT would allow pets.


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Where is the dog located?

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Has she been around other dogs? Small dogs? large dogs? Is she crate trained? What type of commands does she know and follow? What is here name? Has she ever shown any agression? We have a small toy fox terrier that is used to being around an Amstaff. We currently only have the one dog. I would have to make sure she was compatible with our situation.

Thanks for the info.

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She hasn't been around other dogs. She sees our neighbors dog and the dog barks at her but she just ignores the dog and go about her business.

She is crate trained but I just let her run around the house. She doesn't go on sofa's or jump on people.. She's very mellow. Commands, she knows, Go downstairs when its her bed time, Sit, Come here, Treat, go outside, No, No barking, and Hey, stop that. haha..

And her name is Chula grin.gif

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Has she been around other dogs? Small dogs? large dogs? Is she crate trained? What type of commands does she know and follow? What is here name? Has she ever shown any agression? We have a small toy fox terrier that is used to being around an Amstaff. We currently only have the one dog. I would have to make sure she was compatible with our situation.

Thanks for the info.


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If she is a female, she was spayed, not neutered...unless its a heshe... wink.gif

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