I adore animals. Our family descends from cattle breeders and my bond with nature has always been there.
When I was 18 years old, we moved back to our village after a long time in the city and that was my opportunity to get the dog that I had always wanted.

It was Rudy, a Rottweiler, and soon later, we already had five more dogs, some strait, some abandoned and others that had been run over by cars.
I lived with different breeds: German shepherd, Collie, Setter, Boxer and Rottweiler
Then 15 years ago y bought Wilma, the first Staffy that came into my life. The bond with this breed was instantaneous. Loyal, good-natured, strong and with character but lively dogs. I identified myself instantly with this breed.
Two years ago, I bought Hanna, we wanted a dog in the house and after having met Wilma, it was clear to me that I wanted a Staffy, a family-oriented breed.
There is never a moment of boredom with a Stafford!
The bad luck, one morning during the pandemic, caused that Wilma was run over and killed by a car after she got scared and freed herself from her leash. Only those who have lived with animals would know how awful I felt and still do nowadays.

This painful life lesson along with some bad experiences with certain breeders made me consider an idea that had been going on in my head for a long time: to breed Staffordshire the way I always wanted to do, with respect and optimal conditions for the dogs.

The facilities well prepared, with all the necessary genetic tests from authorised laboratories and fulfilling all the legal requirements as well as all the needs of the Staffys.

As a responsible dog breeder and trainer, I advocate for the well-being of dogs as a priority, for the mind and body health of Staffordshire Bull Terriers and for their good performance in exhibitions, agility and obedience and for the most important thing, to be the most devoted member of the family. This is why I am constantly growing and learning with them.
I belong to the Canine Society of the Principality of Asturias, to the Spanish Royal Canine Society and to the Spanish Club of Staffordshire Bull Terrier
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