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  1. Darren Dobbin

    Darren Dobbin New Member

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    First time poster, researching English staffys

    Hi there,

    My wife and I are looking to get an English Staffy after our trip. Our landlord surprised us with a yes to a dog. We would like blue or red Tan does blue come in different shades? Having said that temperament is more important.

    My largest worry is how do I know the staffy I'm getting has correct comfomation, if it comes with papers do I have to get it deserved so I can't breed that line (not that I want to)

    What's the best way to manage the staffy harness or collar?

    Anyway g'day all

    Regards Duzzy

    Oh p.s. What are everyone feeding?
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  3. Malka

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    Hello! I am afraid I cannot give you any advice about a staffy but I am sure that there are many people here who can, although as you are in Australia it might limit advice from Breedia. Do you have an English Staffy club there. Again I have no idea what other Staffy owners feed as I am a raw feeder.

    If I may I would like to say two things to you. Firstly your signature means a lot to me and I thank you for it. Secondly your comment on your Profile "You can't shake hands with a clenched fist" also means a lot to me. Thank you again.

    Lastly, and probably more important to you and your wife, I was so sorry to read about your baby son. May his memory be for a Blessing.
  4. Darren Dobbin

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    Hi Malka,

    Thanks for responding. I actually thought I was joining an Australian forum ah well never mind. I'll keep this membership and seek an Aussie one as well.

    Again thanks for responding

    Regards Darren

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