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American stafford terrier blue

Oct 15, 2021
American stafford terrier blue

American stafford terrier blue

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If you want to know more about the American Stanford Blue, you should know that with the passage of time and modern knowledge, many professional breeders investigated to define each breed with their respective varieties. The first breed to be admitted with its characteristics by the Kennel Club, the recognized world authority on dogs, was the American Staffordshire Terrier.
However, and in spite of its beginnings, today the name of this breed is given to many of its equally impressive varieties but of different origins. It has also come to be confused with its English relative, due to their common characteristics and shared history.
One of the most beautiful varieties of the American Staffordshire Terrier is the American Stanford Blue. This pet has won the hearts of many while remaining tenacious and determined. It owes its name to the color of the pupil and coat, a product of a recessive gene mutation.
Regarding this pet, it is important to clarify that the American Stanford Blue is a rare variety of the American Staffordshire terrier. This breed has similar characteristics to the American Staffordshire terrier and the Pitbull, however it is not the same breed.

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When a group of American Pitbull Terrier breeders wanted to start using this breed for other types of work other than fighting, they began to select within the pitbulls dogs with certain characteristics, greater weight, only those with black truffle, dark eyes, etc.
Since the American Pitbull Terrier was only selected for its working abilities, it was not a homogeneous breed, there were and there are nowadays, heights ranging from 35 cm (very used in fights) to those that reach 60 cm or more (more used in vertical jumping, dragging, etc.). Neither were the ears homogeneous, nor the colors.
For a breed to be registered by the FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale), it must have a well-defined standard, with limits of weight, height, colors, insertion of the ears, tail, etc., so a group of breeders began with hard work to select Pitbulls with the characteristics that they believed to be most appropriate.
This is the reason why the FCI does not have the American Pitbull Terrier registered as a breed, since the selected Pitbull (American Stafford) is already considered a faithful representative of this breed. Although other entities register both as the AKC and another that is a great representative of the breed worldwide, as the ADBA.

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La altura de un American Staffordshire Terrier es de 43-48 cm (17-19 in) y pesa entre 18-32 kg (40-70 lb).[2] El American Kennel Club (AKC) describe la raza como “confiada, inteligente y de buen carácter”. Los American Staffordshire Terrier son similares a los American Pit Bull Terrier, aunque el American Pit Bull Terrier no está reconocido por el American Kennel Club[6] La raza fue aceptada por el AKC en 1936. No debe confundirse con el Staffordshire Bull Terrier del Reino Unido[2].
Algunas variedades de Bull-and-terrier de las Islas Británicas comenzaron a llegar a América[2] ya en 1850. Algunos perros se hicieron muy famosos por sus habilidades en las peleas de perros. Ya desarrollados como perro americano, tales perros se convirtieron en una nueva raza, que fue reconocida por el United Kennel Club (UKC) en febrero de 1898 como el American Pit Bull Terrier. [7] [8] El 10 de junio de 1936,[2] unos 50[9] perros Pit Bull Terrier registrados por el UKC fueron aceptados para su registro en el Libro de cría del American Kennel Club (AKC) con un nuevo nombre de raza y una nueva finalidad, perteneciente al grupo de terrier del AKC.[9] Se eligió el nombre de Staffordshire Terrier, con la afirmación de que los ancestros de la raza procedían originalmente de Staffordshire, Inglaterra. El nombre de la raza fue revisado el 1 de enero de 1969, a American Staffordshire Terrier para distinguirlo del British Staffordshire Bull Terrier, una raza separada del grupo de terrier tipo Bull, reconocida en Inglaterra en 1935.[10][11][8][9]

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When a group of breeders of American Pitbull Terrier wanted to begin to use this breed for another type of work that were not the combats, they began to select within the pitbulls dogs with certain characteristics, greater weight, only those of black truffle, dark eyes, etc.
Since the American Pitbull Terrier was only selected for its working abilities, it was not a homogeneous breed, there were and there are nowadays, heights ranging from 35 cm (very used in fights) to those that reach 60 cm or more (more used in vertical jumping, dragging, etc.). Neither were the ears homogeneous, nor the colors.
For a breed to be registered by the FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale), it must have a well-defined standard, with limits of weight, height, colors, insertion of the ears, tail, etc., so a group of breeders began with hard work to select Pitbulls with the characteristics that they believed to be most appropriate.
This is the reason why the FCI does not have the American Pitbull Terrier registered as a breed, since the selected Pitbull (American Stafford) is already considered a faithful representative of this breed. Although other entities register both as the AKC and another that is a great representative of the breed worldwide, as the ADBA.