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Staffish Breed Information

Staffish

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Living with a Staffish

Personality: The Staffish has the typical terrier traits. They are very loving dogs.

Family Dog: The Staffish makes a great family dog. They are typically good with babies, children and other pets.

Grooming: The coat of the Staffish needs to be clipped every so often and groomed occasionally.

Behavior: The Staffish is a very playful dog who loves adults, children, dogs and other animals.

Barking: The Staffish is not generally a barky dog.

Weather: The Staffish loves any type of weather.

Exercise: The Staffish should have a long daily walk.

Physical Ability: The Staffish is a great jumper and would be great at agility.

Living Conditions: The Staffish would be fine in most living arrangements as long as there is a yard in which to run.

Staffish Appearance

Appearance: The appearance of the Staffish can very with most having a coat like a Scottish Terrier with the colors of a Staff.

Size: A fully grown Staffish can weigh between 22 to 26 pounds.

Ears: The ears of the Staffish can be either pointy like those of the Scottie or floppy like a Staffie's.

Body: The Staffish has short legs and a longer body.

Coat: The coat of the Staffish is generally curly like a Scott's.


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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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