The Bull Terrier Club of Queensland
The Bull Terrier Club of Queensland is a dog association in Brisbane, Australia. It was first formed in 1947. The first president of the Club was Scotty McLaughlan, who was a well-known breeds judge who was a local Petersham resident. He helped many new breeders and exhibitors during the first 25 years of the club. He was a Life Member of the Club. His last judging event was held at the Roselands Shopping Centre in 1968.
The Australian Capital Territory Bull Terrier Club was founded on a cold winter night in June 1990, with 25 Bull Terrier enthusiasts gathering to consider the feasibility of forming a local club. Eventually, the club adopted the colors black and white and elected Mike Cross as its president and Mike Plane as its vice president. The officers of the club were Sandy Burns and Steve Gibson. Di Cross and Terry McDonnell were elected to be the club’s secretaries and treasurer, respectively.
To keep the Bull Terrier breed safe, the ACT Bull Terrier Club organizes one or two Championship shows every year.
The club also attends various other dog events throughout the state to raise the profile of the breed. Membership in the club is open to anyone with an interest in the breed. To join, visit the club’s website. Just click on the Club’s name and contact them. By doing so, you will be able to learn more about the Bull Terrier breed.
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is an active, affectionate, and intelligent medium-sized dog. The breed is known for its fondness for children and is extremely obedient. The breed is strong for its size, with long, powerful muscles that are free of any fleshiness. The breed also makes a great therapy dog. For these reasons, there is a Bull Terrier Club in Queensland. In Australia, this club currently has over four thousand members.