Things To Know About Blue Staffordshire Bull Terrier (Blue Staffy)

Things To Know About Blue Staffordshire Bull Terrier

The Blue Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a breed of dog that was developed in Great Britain.

 

The name “Staffy” is derived from its original name, which was Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

 

This breed is also known as British Blue Bulldog or just simply Staffy.

 

What Is A Blue Staffordshire Bull Terrier?

Blue Staffordshire Bull Terriers (Blue Staffies) are medium-sized dogs that originated in the UK.

 

They are bred as fighting dogs and were popularized by the European middle class of the 19th century.

 

A cross between a Staffordshire Bull Terrier and a white English terrier, these dogs were bred for their strength and agility.

 

Today, Blue Staffies are more likely to be found as family pets than they are fighting dogs.

 

They make good companions for children because of their friendly nature, but it’s important that you take care to socialize them from an early age so they feel comfortable around new people or other animals when they’re older.

 

What Color is a Blue Staffordshire Bull Terrier?

Blue Staffy is a cross between the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and the American Pitbull Terrier.

 

They have a blue-grey coat with white markings on the chest, feet, tail tip, and facial mask.

 

In general, they are medium-sized dogs with a muscular body structure.

 

Blue Staffy Breeding

Breeding a blue Staffordshire bull terrier is not recommended.

 

This crossbreed is not recognized by the American Kennel Club, and it’s important to know that even if you have your dog tested for dominant genes, you may still end up with puppies that inherit their coloring from the blue brindle side of their lineage.

 

If you do decide to breed, there are some things to keep in mind:

  • Never breed two Blue Staffy puppies together unless they are full siblings or cousins who share an identical set of DNA sequences between their parents’ genes. Otherwise, you run the risk of producing offspring with health issues such as deafness or blindness due to recessive genetic traits passed down from both parents’ families;
  • If possible, try looking into adopting or fostering a rescue dog before breeding your own Blue Staffy through artificial means like insemination.

 

What Color Are Blue Staffies When Born?

Blue Staffies come in a variety of colors, including fawn, blue and black; blue, fawn, and black; blue, black, and tan; fawn, blue and tan; fawn or red called “red” even though it’s not red, black and tan. The most common color is the first listed in the above list—fawn.

 

The Blue Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club of America states that there are no other colors besides these six. However, some breeders do sell them in a different color than what’s listed above. It’s possible for you to have a “blue tuxedo” Staffie if you’re willing to pay enough money for one!

 

Do Blue Staffies Change Color?

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Blue Staffy is a color of the Staffordshire Bull Terriers. The Blue Staffy is an English variant of the Staffie, not to be mistaken for a breed.

 

The Blue Staffy has been around since the late 19th century but was not recognized until 1991 by The Kennel Club.

 

The breed standard for the Blue Staffy states that it should be “black and white or blue with white” which leads many people to believe that this is a separate breed from the standard Staffordshire Bull Terrier (Staffie).

 

However, both are just different colored versions of each other.

 

How Much Do Blue Staffies cost?

The cost of a Blue Staffy puppy varies depending on the breeder, but you can expect to pay more for this rare color.

 

The price of a Blue Staffy puppy is also often higher than other colors because of its rarity and popularity as an Australian dog breed.

 

 

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Why Are Blue Staffies So Expensive?

You might be wondering why a Blue Staffy is so expensive.

 

Well, the reason is simple:

 

Blue Staffies are in high demand.

 

They’re not just any dog breed—they’re a hybrid of two popular breeds. This means that they command a higher price tag than other purebred dogs because they’re rarer and have unique traits that set them apart from other breeds.

 

Because of this, if you want to get your hands on one, you’ll need to be ready to pay up!

 

As with all things valuable, there’s also some speculation about whether or not these animals are as special as their owners think they are—and whether or not their value will hold up over time.

 

Some experts say that due to their rarity and popularity among certain groups within society these dogs might depreciate faster than expected once trends change; others argue that any drop in value would depend entirely on how well the owner takes care of their pet(s).

 

Is Blue Staffies Pedigree?

You may be wondering if Blue Staffies are pedigree.

 

The answer is no, they are not registered with the Kennel Club or recognized by any other major dog registry.

 

This means that you can’t go to a kennel and buy one of these dogs. You will need to find someone who has bred them and then purchase from them directly.

 

Blue Staffy Temperament

Blue Staffy is a very friendly, affectionate, and energetic dog.

 

They are also very intelligent and loyal. Due to their high energy level, they need plenty of exercise to keep them from becoming bored which can lead to destructive behavior.

 

They will do well with other dogs or cats in the family, but if you have a cat that is not used to dogs it may be best if you wait until after your puppy has grown up before introducing them together as there is always a risk that they could hurt each other during playtime.

 

Blue Staffordshire Bull Terriers are generally good with children if raised with them from an early age but generally shy away from strangers so they may not like children who don’t live in their home such as neighbors.

 

Conclusion

Blue Staffies are a rare breed, and as such, they are more expensive than most other breeds of dog.

 

They can be found in pounds or shelters, but these dogs tend to be more nervous around people and less confident about life in general.

 

If you want one that comes from a reputable breeder, then it’s best if you do some research first!

 

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Russel

A pet owner who loves to share useful facts and information about animals. For now, I write mostly about dogs and cats.