staffordshire bull terriers

#1
well where do i start? I am sick of being in England after being posted here from germany. I love my country but it has so many bad points at the moment and i just want to escape. Of course the first thing i thought was possibly got a posting coming up soon il apply for germany. Until i read that staffs are banned. :x
I have a 9 month old puppy who ive had for 7 months. He is part of the family and there is no way i could leave him behind so does anybody know of some postings that are easy enough to get, abroad where he will be allowed?
I know everyone has an opinion, good or bad about these dogs but I still think they should be allowed in these countries after passing character tests. lets face it they ARE all different the same as we are all different....... thank god!!!!! :wink:
 
#2
Ironically, you've picked a breed of dog that epitomises much of what's wrong with the country. It's taken you nine months to realise that the UK has gone to ratshit? Didn't you ever take any leave? Fortunately, the dog is still young enough to be re-homed. I would seriously consider it if you want to GTF out of Dodge - whether for an overseas posting or subsequent emigration. You've got to be realistic with this.

My dogs, however, fly everywhere with me and have more airmiles than Richard Branson. They're Jet Setters... [tumbleweed][tolling of bell]..... [/tolling of bell][/tumbleweed]

Taxi!
 
#4
im confused now from that post!!! ive just read a whole moving to germany leaflet that says staffs are out right banned unless they were born before 2000!
 
#9
I'd always be dubious of any owner who would put such a fcukin stupidly gay harness on a dog.

Are you a big butch leather queen who likes the total matching macho look? Truly shameful.
 
#10
Blogg said:
No it is me that got confused: misread your post and thought you were worried about the UK position.

Afraid the Boxhead vote seekers got it all wrong and banned anything with "bull terrier" in the name along with Rhodesian Ridgebacks (which caused me some grief) and in some places Dobermans FFS.

All here:

http://www.london.diplo.de/Vertretung/london/en/06/other__legal__matters/Dangerous__dogs__seite.html
thanks for the research! christ knows what im gonna do!!!
 
#11
Mr_C_Hinecap said:
I'd always be dubious of any owner who would put such a fcukin stupidly gay harness on a dog.

Are you a big butch leather queen who likes the total matching macho look? Truly shameful.
He's not my Staffy just sticking up for the breed as every one i've come into to contact with has been soft as shiite.I beleieve the village people harness has been the only thing so far that he has not snapped whilst walking near busy roads without causeing a pile up.More of a Border Collie pouf my self which will walk to heel.So stick you're dubious assumption up your fcking arrse. :wink:
 
#17
msr said:
Funny how all owners say that about their dogs: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/7877427.stm

msr
Its also funny how no one says anything about the jack russell!!!!

No one knows what happened in that story anyway yeh ok the likelyhood is that it was the dogs but if they are kept right and trained they are not a problem.

My dog does not get left alone with my kids, doesnt mean i dont trust him cause he is a staff, i dont trust him cause he is a dog!!! Staffs are always blamed. Anything could have happened to that baby considering he had 'neck injurys' after being left on a pillow on a table. well id have neck injuries too if i fell off a table!!!
 
#19
hedgehog64 said:
I beleieve the village people harness has been the only thing so far that he has not snapped whilst walking near busy roads without causeing a pile up.
Having a badly trained staffy is just worse. So - you're not a leather queen, but the owner of the dog is evidently too stupid to own such a mutt. Only thing he has not snapped? Fcuk me - that is the most stupid and worthless line of defense I have ever heard.

Such owners are the source of all the bad press such breeds get and always will be.

Still a gay harness and any excuse for putting it on a dog is feeble-minded.
 
#20
alfiewould said:
Blogg said:
No it is me that got confused: misread your post and thought you were worried about the UK position.

Afraid the Boxhead vote seekers got it all wrong and banned anything with "bull terrier" in the name along with Rhodesian Ridgebacks (which caused me some grief) and in some places Dobermans FFS.

All here:

http://www.london.diplo.de/Vertretung/london/en/06/other__legal__matters/Dangerous__dogs__seite.html
thanks for the research! christ knows what im gonna do!!!
Ask for a posting to Canada or Cyprus instead.
 

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