Staffordshire Bull Terrier
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is an English dog breed. A medium-sized dog, originally it was bred for dog fighting. It is related to the Bull Terrier. Its appearance is similar to the American Staffordshire Terrier and American pit Bull Terrier, but it is smaller than both of them. It grows to a wrist height of 12-17cm and a weight of about 11-17 kg.
In other countries, such as Germany, this dog breed is seen as problematic; these countries may have put restrictions in place regarding the breeding and keeping such dogs. The people keeping such dogs may need to undergo tests to determine whether they are allowed to keep them. Most people think that this type of dog is very dangerous, but they are not.[source?]They are actually really kind and love babies and small children.[source?] They usually have a bad name because people train them to be bad.
They are also one of the cutest dogs in the world.