Each breed has only one "right type", the typical Am Staf is the one that most closely matches the binding characteristics of the breed. The "type" is precisely what divides one dog breed from another. In all breeds there are small differences in size, expression, essence and elegance. These inequalities can be traced back to family peculiarities that determine differences in line, but not in type.
Since 1936 the first non-american kennel in the history of the breed
Hundreds of successes all over the world
The 2013 "Zanoia's Book of the American Staffordshire Terrier"