Ok before i start please dont take this the wrong way its just a question and im not wanting to fall out with anyone, just been wondering... when you look at some of the dogs in rescue kennels or the pounds there seems alot of staffy crosses,which i know only to well the huge amount of staffys/staffy crosses which sadly end up in the rescues. my question is why is nearly every dog described as a staffy cross? i saw a JRT x staff advertised as a staffy cross which you could clearly see he had more jrt so would it not have helped him get a home been on the rescue as a JRTx. there seems to be alot of dogs which have more of another breed in them on as staffy crosses. now i love staffys and would do all i could to save/help one if i could but my point is i know people for example would never consider a staffy cross but would take a JRT cross, or lab x. is there a reason why they all get branded a staffy cross? as in are there rules with rescues that if they think a dog has the slight bit of staffy in them then they must be classed as a staffy cross. Once again im not trying to cause any arguments but just been sat here upset about the amount of stafy crosses which are on the pts lists.