Terrier Breeds

Airedale Terriers are the largest dogs in the terrier group standing up to 2 feet tall. The breed standard for Airedales is to have a black or dark grey solid patch on their backs with a tan head, ears and legs. They can be hard to train but make for a great family addition and can be well behaved around cats and other pets.

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More commonly known as just a "Pit Bull", the American Pit Bull Terrier is best known for it's strong, powerful physique. Pit Bulls were original bred by crossing Old English Terriers and Old English Bulldogs with the purpose of participating in the sport of bull baiting and bear baiting but have since been known to make their way into homes worldwide as companion and competition dogs.

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AmStaffs descend from American Pit Bull Terriers but are their own breed. The breed was popularized because American Staffordshire Terriers are known for their fighting skills. It's also important to distinguish them from Staffordshire Bull Terriers which is a different breed recognized in England.

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