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Staffordshire Bull Terrier

The Breed Standard of 1935


Jim the Dandy (Fearless Joe x Queenie) was the model of the first Staffordshire Bull Terrier standard in 1935. See photos.


General appearance
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a smooth-coated dog, standing about 15 to 18 inches high at the shoulder. He should give the impression of great strength for his size, and although muscular should be active and agile. 

Head
Short, deep through, broad skull, very pronounced cheek muscles, distinct stop, short foreface, mouth level. 

Ears
Rose, half prick and prick; these three to be preferred, full drop to be penalized. 

Eyes
Dark. 

Neck
Should be muscular and rather short.

Body
Short back, deep brisket, light in loins with forelegs set rather wide apart to permit of chest development.

Front legs
Straight, feet well padded, to turn out a little and showing no weakness at pasterns.

Hind legs
Hindquarters well muscled, let down at hocks like a Terrier.

Coat
Short, smooth and close to skin.

Tail
The tail should be of medium length tapering to a point and carried rather low; it should not curl much and may be compared with an old-fashioned pump handle. 

Weight
Males: 12.7 kg to 17,2 kg (28 to 38 lbs), females: 1,8 kg (4 lbs) less.

Colors
May be any shade of brindle, black, white, fawn or red, or any of these colours with white. Black & tan and liver not to be encouraged. 

Faults
Dudley nose, light or pink eyes (rims), tail too long or badly curled, badly undershot or overshot mouths. 

 

Source: Canine Heritage

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Facts #2:



What was the name of the first male

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Champion

and what year was he crowned?


Gentleman Jim

1939


Source: SBTCA

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