Denver Dog Boarding
One of the most gorgeouswe have staying in our Denver dog boarding is the American Staffordshire. The American Staffordshire terriers have a common origin with the American Pit bull terrier, however, the American Staffordshire terrier is considered more of a sophisticated dog and more appropriate to use as a show dog. This is a very dominating dog and very bold, however it is also very family oriented and can be a complete "gentleman" with the people it knows. If a reputable dog breeder breeds this dog it will turn out to be an excellent dog for children. This is a very active breed that loves doing a lot of exercise outside. They don't seem to get along very well with other dominating and they are not very friendly to cats so keep this in mind if you are thinking about getting one. A newborn American Staffordshire terrier should weigh anywhere from 310 to 370 grams. These grow very quickly within their first year of life and they normally grow to their full height at the age of twelve to fourteen months. Both males and females continue to get bigger and develop during the second year, in the case of males they could continue growing until the age of three years. A full-grown adult male can easily weigh up to thirty-three kilograms. Since this is a very active dog and it grows so quickly, the owner will need to make sure to give it a good healthy diet, especially in the first year of life. These can eat a lot so be careful with not overfeeding them though. This last point is important because they have a tendency to becoming obese and having articulation problems if they eat too much. This is something we try to be very careful about here in our Denver dog boarding facility.