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By FP4  
Here we have Cassy, a very loveable Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
I call this breed the Marmite Dog, you either love them or hate them, I personally love them.
They have received a great deal of publicity, some quarters calling from them to be classified as dangerous Dogs and destroyed.
The problem is not the Dog, it's at the other end of the Lead.

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Tags: Dog Staffordshire bull terrier Sbt Pets and captive animals Staffy Staffie

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senn Plus
5 4 1 Belgium
26 Oct 2011 10:10AM
great animal portrait

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wrinkles 7 351 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2011 12:11PM
Agree it's the owners,still a great picture.Wink
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
26 Oct 2011 12:31PM
well said
AlexandraSD 5 688 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2011 1:16PM
Totally agree, my best mate beary has one of these, he is now 12 years old and has never harmed a fly, in fact the dog is as dippy as arseholes, more chance of being licked to death, their one of the most intelligent and social breeds of dog you can find. I get so angry when the media call them devil dogs, its not their fault that some meat head thinks it makes him harder to walk around the estate with a staffy, such a shame that ttheir now a symbol of chavs everywhere.

Back to this image Grin

its great, the dog looks pretty serious actually, though you can see the twinkle in cassies eyes clearly, just the hint of a mischievous personality, brilliant, and the light is stunning too, really very good, and how did you manage to get an image without any slobber?

Beautiful image Smile
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
26 Oct 2011 2:26PM
Beautifully captured. Love his droopy lower lip, he looks rather sad. Also looks inquiring, love it...........Sandy
FP4 6 1
27 Oct 2011 12:40PM
Thanks for all your clicks and comments and it's nice to see the echoing of my thoughts regarding this so called 'Devil Dog' breed.
.....funny how they refer to it as the 'Nanny Dog' in the Kennel Club...Smile

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