Life time Member - Mark Bootle
President - Steven De Pater
Vice President - Gavin Hill
Treasurer - Karen De Pater
Secretary - Julie Beresford
Marketing & Events - Robert Baker
Committee Members - Felicity Day
The breeding community of this lovely breed of animals are selectively bred to produce with most dominant species within the strain. They are committed to give the new families the best temperament and sound animal possible to bring such joy to the family. We offer full breeders support throughout the animals life.
The animals have been selectively bred by Mark Bottle the founder of this breed through a lot of hard work., for 40 years in the one gene pool of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier gene pool. Due to breeding with the Superior end of the gene pool, as nature would, our stock stands out with substance and vigour as well giving you endurance. We also select for structure, which in return will give you function and temperament, to reward you with all love required to bring fulfilment to all. This line of animal has one of the highest COI - Co-efficiency in the world, meaning the gene pool is that strong resulting in massive consistency of quality in the animals that speaks for itself.
These animals are one of the most loyal and loving breeds that you will encounter in the dog world that will strive to deliver and reward you companionship.
GENERAL APPEARANCE: The first thing that should come to the eye, is a dog that can function for its original purpose. No clodiness or exaggeration should be found on the dog. It should be a medium-sized, muscular dog with long flat and resilient muscle under its tight short coat. It should not have short bunched-up muscle.
TEMPERAMENT: Highly spirited.
CHARACTERISTICS: An easy going attitude until challenged. Based on its past heritage.
HEAD AND SKULL: Should be in balance with the dog. Skull to muzzle length should be in a ratio of 1:1 to 3:1. It should never be shorter than 3:1 ratio. Muzzle should be deep through without too much taper. Height of skull and breadth of skull should be close in measurement. Moderate stop preferred.
EYES: Oval to round shape.
EARS: Rose to half-pricked preferred. Full drop and prick acceptable. (The animal is to be judged as a whole. The dog with drop or prick ears, with sound structure is a better example than a dog with rose ears and not such good structure.) The functional structure and overall soundness of the dog is far more important than any cosmetic trait.
MOUTH: The bottom jaw should be strong, wide and deep with the bottom canines interlocking with the top canines. The jaw should be long enough to accommodate all the teeth. There should be no crowding of the teeth, which should be large and strong. Scissor bite and undershot mouth acceptable. Never overshot. Lips are to be in proportion to the head type.
NECK: Powerful, of good length, tapering to the shoulder.
FOREQUARTERS: Legs set wide apart, as such that the outside of the dog's leg is set to the outside of the dog's shoulder. The upper arm and the scapula should be close to the same length. The length and density of bone should be in accordance with the dog's type. The pasterns should be at a slight angle to the perpendicular.
BODY: Should be slightly longer than high, being shortly coupled with a long, well-sprung rib-cage, with a level topline with a slight arch over the loins. The brisket dropping no more than an inch below point of elbow. The fore-chest should be visible from the side-on view.
HIND: Most important is correct angulation. The tibia and femur being set at the preferred length and angle to give a good turn of stifle when the dog's hock is perpendicular to the ground. The front of the back feet should fall close to or just behind the schism (the furtherest back point of the hip) of the dog. The rear legs should be parallel or close to with well-defined musculation.
FEET: Strong and steady.
TAIL: Low set,tapering to a point, carried low when not alert. It can be likened to an old fashioned pump handle.
MOVEMENT: The front and rear legs should take a maximum length of stride in accordance with the dog's angulation. It should be a smooth forward movement, driven strongly from the hindquarters, showing little light under the dog's feet. The legs should show some degree of parallelism when on the move.
COAT: Short and tight. Smooth to pat one way, coarse to pat the other way.
COLOUR: Brindle, red and all degrees and shades of, with any amount of white acceptable. Dilutes and point patterns acceptable. (No dilute to dilute matings, one parent must be of dominant colour, red or brindle.)
SIZE: Medium sized dog usually between 16-20 inches of varying weight. The main point being balance. The balance of power and agility is of paramount importance.
FAULTS: Overweight and over shot mouths, shy and nervous animals highly undesirable.
MALES: Two normal testicles in scrotum.
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Wallace Bulldog Incorporated is registered as an incorporated association in New South Wales under the Associations Incorporation Act 2009. Registered Number IN2001214
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