Staffordshire Bull Terrier saves Barrow girl
Last updated at 14:27, Tuesday, 28 August 2012
STAFFORDSHIRE bull terriers are a regular bone of contention.
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This story reminds me of when my mom's orange Mastiff mix named Squash protected my little sister from two aggressive dogs. Jackie, even if Benni had done more than bark to protect your little girl, so what! There is nothing wrong with a dog protecting its family no matter what breed it is. Almost any dog breed would have done the same thing. Heck, I've seen Chihuahuas try to do it.
this is MY story about MY MUMS DOG and my little girl to those who are saying my dog retaliated in aggresive manner can i ask were it states this in the story??? HE WAS NOT AGGRESIVE toward the other dog he simply moved himself into harms way to stop the dog attacking my little girl, he stood there in the way of to protect her and didnt once make a violent move to the other dog!! yes he barked at the other dog but only about 3 times he was not aggresive and like the story says he moved himself into harms way to protect her, so unless you read teh story correctly dont comment, silly people that dont know facts
There you go, scientific proof. In order to avoid the aggression of a staffy, get a staffy! Then when your staffy gets aggressive, get another staffy. Then when those two get aggressive, get another two to protect you. Then when those four get aggressive...hang on. But what if your original staffy is aggressive to a non aggressive staffy? Would the person with the non aggressive staffy have to buy an aggressive staffy to protect them from your aggressive staffy? Surely I would then have to buy 2 aggressive staffys to protect from your 2 aggressive staffys? It could end up like an old style nuclear arms race but with staffys. Anyone for CSD Campaign for Staffy Disarnament Won't work, because if them North Koreans get hold of some rogue staffys we will wish we had kept our aggressive staffys instead of trading em in for those cuddly labs. To staffy or not to staffy, that is the question.