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Staffy temp

Discussion in 'SBT History' started by coopdog, Feb 22, 2009.

  1. coopdog

    coopdog Little Dog

    Just wanting to brag on my Girl Lucy.Last night we had a 80th b-party at our house lots of people and babies.I had lou crated most of the evening because she is just so crazy.Well I decided to let her out to visit on her lead of course,true to form she was so happy and crazy.That is until my little niece came into the room she is just walking, well the second Lucy saw her she just calmed right down layed down and was just so gentle with that baby.She was a real nannies for sure .It just proved once more how wounderful this breed of dog truely is.:sonn_u11:
  2. CoolHandJean

    CoolHandJean Krypto Super Dog

  3. Zoe

    Zoe GRCH Dog

    Isn't that cool! My girl Nyx, although an APBT, was exactly the same way around babies. She was a wild thing, but the second a baby was around, she'd lie right down beside it and be all zen like! lol

    BILLBKLYN Good Dog

    I'm sure they exist but I've never come across a SBT that wasn't the exact same way with little kids.
  5. My staffy, Immy, is the same exact way with babies and with smaller children. She sits outside for hours and watches my neighbors kids play on the trampoline.
  6. krun69

    krun69 Puppy

    Here I am, a day (or month) late and a dollar short. I've been reading these entries on Staffy temps--my girl, who I adopted at a humane society, was 4 when i got her and is now 8. As I didn't know her background with kids, I've always been leery with her around kiddos--there just isn't much room for error. Her interactions have amounted to toddler pokes through the fence--once in her eye, once right up her nose! Both times, she simply shook her head and licked the offending finger.

    How much could I trust her around kids wanting to climb on her, climbing into her yard and chasing around (in good fun.) As I said, and you all know, there is not much room for error--a snap from a staffy, or pit, could crush little bones and emotionally scar a kiddo for life. My neighbor's kids the eye and nostril pokers) are getting big enough to climb the fence and I DO NOT want accidents. Suggestions?

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