Stafford Photo Shop
Kidz and Dogz
The photographs below are of children and Staffords. Please submit your Kidz and Dogz photos to Terry Stewart at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Molly (Stafford), Sapphire (AmStaff), Dylan and Mason (kids), Bailey (Stafford), Skyler (American Bull Dog). (Photo by Cassy Peterson)
(photo Tony Wayne)
Buster, Molly, Helen. (photo Tony Wayne)
Butch and his special little friend Leslie and her friends. This is my all-time favorite Stafford photograph, taken by Jeri Marsh (copyright © Steve Stone, 1980-2001) and typifying the essence of the true spirit of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier at home, pal and protector of his children.
Taylor and puppy.
Grandson Jarred Hodge with Ch Crossbow Jungle Power (Jimmy) at about 7 weeks. (photo Lynn Heimbuch)
Bandits Quick Jane with Mark Stone. (1969 photo by Virgil Oriente)
Baby Anna and Ace. (courtesy of Denise Monaghan)
Baby Anna and Minx. (courtesy of Denise Monaghan)
Bonnie 4 year old SBT with Ella at 6 months. (photo: Melissa Neumann)
Rabinder and Francesca with Dani. (photo Andrina Morton)
Greg with Meg.
Blood Guts and Gophers
The photographs below are of gifts from Staffords to their owners. Please submit your Blood Guts and Gophers photos to Terry Stewart at: email@example.com.
Stafford spying Mole
not fast enough to burrow
four feet to Heaven
DJ: "I didn't do it." Teesha: "She thinks I did it." Meg: "I'm bored. When's dinner?" (photos by Keelan Belle)
Ripley believe it
dead rodents are everywhere
prey drive is intact
In this picture Ming, the cat, appears to be giving Ripley congratulations on her big barn rat. We've two fine mousers, but neither of them seemed to want to tackle it. Ripley tracked it all day. At one point she came and asked Andi to move some wood in the barn. Shortly after that, came and jumped up with the exciting news she'd done in that rat. Good girl! Very proud of herself but seemed embarrassed by all the attention. - Suzanne (photos courtesy Suzanne)
A present from Champ
Muskrats on the side is joy
clamping jaws tightly
A real pest in our garden pond but hunting fun for Champieboy: muskrat. (photo courtesy Peter Schotte)