Staffy facts #1 | Staffordshire Bull Terrier 1935
Question: What year was the Staffordshire Bull Terrier recognized as a pedigree breed?
Answer: With history of being a fighting dog the Staffordshire Bull Terrier 1935 did not get acknowledged and gained recognition by the British Kennel Club until 1935.
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier quickly became a popular dog breed for breeding champions and went from a fighting dog to a dog show king and queen. Attending shows is popular even nowadays and it is common that breeders ask their buyers to take their offspring on to shows and carry on the legend of show staffies.
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier was also popular amongst many in society. Famous painter Anthony Pitt even started having a Staffy theme when painting. Many of his paintings are to be found at Barnebys Auction houses. If you see one, you should try to get one!