Why Is My Staffordshire Bull Terrier Is Sick?

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Various veterinarians at different times over the past decade or so have listed the Staffordshire bull terrier a breed prone to dog health and medical issues and some pertain to puppies and very young dogs that a breeder would deal with. These are: Urolithiasis, hip dysplasia, Cushing?s disease, mast cell tumours, gastric torsion, cataracts and Entropion. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is also quite prone to suffering from arthritis as she/he ages.
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