Amstaff Health and Disease Prevention
Usually, amstaff health does not cause concern to the owner. American Staffordshire Terriers are quite hardy and healthy dogs that do not require special care.
However, there are diseases that are more common in them than others:
- progressive retinal atrophy,
- non-closure of the botallic duct,
- hip dysplasia
- licked granuloma,
In addition, like other dogs, the representatives of the breed have an upset digestive system, allergies, skin diseases, colitis, and viral diseases of the genitourinary system.
An important procedure in the life of any dog (including the American Staffordshire Terrier) is vaccination. It allows you to avoid many diseases and keep Amstaff healthy.
Major vaccinations: rabies, plague, parainfluenza, coronavirus, hepatitis, enteritis.