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Duh! I was trying to think of which member had a staffy bull.... OMG I'm so fired! Wow Nitro swamps Roxy! I didn't realize he was so much bigger than she is! Nitro is the same height as most standard bullies.... How old are they Scott?
Nitro is 7 and Roxy is 6 1/2. Yep, Rox is maybe just under 14 in (haven't measured but approx.) and about 30 lbs not conditioned so she's right around minimum standard height.

I think I like the amstaff better , not only for looks but they seem to be alot more laid back then the staffy bull .. I dotn know if I am allowed to ask this but does anyone know any good amstaff or ukc american pitbull terrier style breeders?
You're right, the temperaments are quite different and the amstaffs I've met seem to be more content to lay around the house. Staffords are generally a more active breed than amstaffs.
 

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You're right, the temperaments are quite different and the amstaffs I've met seem to be more content to lay around the house. Staffords are generally a more active breed than amstaffs.
i mean dotn get me wrong .. I love having a active dog .. but I plan on having kids and starting my life soon .. Maybe down the road when I have more time to put into a really active breed .. but for the next ten years or so I really dont think I will have the time to really give them what they need and I wont do that to a animal ..
 

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i mean dotn get me wrong .. I love having a active dog .. but I plan on having kids and starting my life soon .. Maybe down the road when I have more time to put into a really active breed .. but for the next ten years or so I really dont think I will have the time to really give them what they need and I wont do that to a animal ..
Just bear in mind that amstaffs can be quite active too. I just meant that out of the two, staffords in general seem to be more energetic.
 

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Just bear in mind that amstaffs can be quite active too. I just meant that out of the two, staffords in general seem to be more energetic.
I know they can be more active .. I myself and a fairly active person .. I know that I can handle the activity levels the amstaff has . I myself and not positive I could handle the staffybull ..
 
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