Kentucky – 12 week old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Kentucky is a male Staffordshire Bull terrier puppy of approximately 12 weeks of age. Kentucky is looking for a home with someone home most of the day, who will continue with his training so he grows into a well adjusted adult. Kentucky is a typical puppy into everyone and wanting to meet all. He loves a fuss and is quite a steady laid back boy. Kentucky can live with cats, children and other dogs.

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