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We are dedicated to the sport of dog showing and breeding and we staunchly support the principles of ethical personal conduct, responsible breeding practices and good sportsmanship in all competition. We value and maintain our professionalism. We work as a team.

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Breeding programmes should only be undertaken responsibly and for the purpose of improving the breed. Due consideration must be given to recognised hereditary problems in any breeding programme. We act with honesty and integrity and we do the right thing because it is the right thing to do. Honesty and integrity go hand in hand. They guide us in making decisions, so that we make the correct choices between right and wrong. There is no room for compromise.

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We promote physical and mental soundness in our Staffords and our breedings are carefully aimed for the highest standards of temperament, health, conformation and character and our breeding stock is health checked prior to breeding.
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We are vehemently opposed to the production of dogs by those who breed without regard for the quality of the animals that they produce and without accepting responsibility for placing the dogs only in homes where the owners understand, and are prepared to undertake a commitment to, responsible (and lifelong) ownership.
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We recommend potential owners of the breed attend Championship Shows to discuss with breeders the various aspects of owning a Stafford.
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Before deciding on a Stafford puppy (or any puppy/adult dog of any breed for that matter) it is advisable to learn more about the costs, care and commitment of raising a puppy responsibly. By following the below link you will find suggestions and useful information on where to get your new puppy, choosing the right breeder and the right puppy and more, much, much more! Click here to be redirected to this area of the website.

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 Any genuine comments you have about our dogs or this website are most welcome.

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" ... work can wait another 30 minutes. There are more important things to do. Like throwing sticks." Anon

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