American Staffordshire Terrier Studs

  - indicates a dog that requires approval to be used as a stud.  When using these studs, you may have to wait up to 24-hours to breed your bitch.  Dogs open for public stud can be used for breeding right now.

Dog Name SOP Color Owner Stud Fee
GCH CH UTs Barnaby 99.7 Red Brindle & White Unlimited Terriers $50
GCH CH UTs Hayden 99.7 Red Sable and White Unlimited Terriers $50
GCH CH UTs Nash 99.8 Red Brindle Unlimited Terriers $50
GCH CH UTs Mufasa 99.7 Red Sable and White Unlimited Terriers $50
GCH CH Zollhaus Indian Ink 99.8 Black Zollhaus $50
GCH CH UTs Santana 99.7 Black Ultimate Terriers $25
CH Armament’s Die Another Day 99.9 Black Armament $200
CH Armament’s Licence to Kill 99.9 Black Armament $100
CH UTs Maximus 99.7 Red Sable Unlimited Terriers $50
CH UTs Maximilian 99.7 Red Sable and White Unlimited Terriers $50
CH UTs Hunter 99.7 Red Sable and White Mission Valley $25
CH UTs Frank 99.7 Black and White Ultimate Terriers $25
CH UTs Jackson 99.7 Red Brindle & White Ultimate Terriers $25
CH KiSt Just A Boy 99.8 Red Sable and White Kick Start $25
CH UTs Elliot 99.7 Red Sable and White Mission Valley $25
CH KiSt Barnabas 99.8 Blue Brindle & White Kick Start $25
CH UTs Daniel 99.7 Red Brindle Mission Valley $25
ShelB2 Kermit 99.8 Blue and White Shelburne 2 $50
KK`s Tiramisu 91.5 Fawn Sable and White Fast Lane Terriers $25
KK`s Almond Joy 92.6 Fawn Sable Fast Lane Terriers $25
KiSt Broadsword 99.8 Black and White Kick Start $25
Zollhaus Warrior 99.8 Red Sable and White Zollhaus $25
Zollhaus 78075 91.3 Fawn Sable and White Zollhaus $25
KiSt Look Beyond 99.8 Black and White Kick Start $25
KK`s Cake Boss 92.2 Fawn Sable Fast Lane Terriers $25
KK`s Biscuit 91.5 Fawn Sable and White Fast Lane Terriers $25
KK`s Custard 92.2 Fawn Sable Fast Lane Terriers $25
KK`s Cannoli 92.1 Fawn Sable Fast Lane Terriers $25
UTs Ethan 99.7 Red Sable and White Mission Valley $25
KK`s Sergeant 91.1 Fawn Sable and White Kombo $25
KK`s ButterScotch-Bliss 92.0 Fawn Sable and White Kombo $25


Did you know?
Judges are generally certified to judge one or several breeds, usually in the same group, but a few "all-breed" judges have the training and experience to judge large numbers of breeds.