Staffie Puppies in Cape Town (08/02/2018)Cape Town, Staffie
Beautiful Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppies for sale. Born 27 December 2017.
Not registered, but parents are from registered breeders (coat colour – dad is White and Fawn, mom is Brindle).
Both parents are gentle with children and have beautiful temperaments. Pups grew up with toddler girls in the house so they are used to children.
Note for first time owners:
Staffies are prized for patience with and love of children, although it goes without saying that no dog should ever be left alone with young children or expected to double as a baby-sitter.
They are people-oriented, craves companionship and wants to be with you all the time.
Require rigorous exercise as an outlet for energy and to maintain the splendid muscle tone.
Stubborn and sometimes headstrong. Confident leadership is a must. They are stable, confident dogs.
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is rugged, energetic, and impulsive. “Why walk when you can run and play games?” is the motto.
More About Staffies
Staffie puppies are rambunctious little blocks of cement that will mow you right over while smiling the biggest, most gorgeous smile you’ve ever seen on 4 legs.
They’re big and bulky enough to be called “real dogs” and small enough to be allowed in most complexes without an issue.
But beware, these crazy little guys can JUMP! If your wall isn’t particularly tall, expect to find your baby roaming around the streets when you get home.
The Staffie is the perfect Pitbull alternative for when you don’t have space for the real deal. Plus they come with almost none of the bad reputation the Pitbulls (sadly) get.
Sometimes Staffies get abandoned by nincompoops. And sometimes they get rescued by organisations dedicated to rescuing these gorgeous little blocks of cement.
Your perfect companion could be waiting for you here:
And if you can’t find one there, check your local SPCA for similar breeds. Don’t miss the oppportunity to have the most wonderful dog you can imagine just because he’s not a purebred pup. Mutts need love too 😉