The Labrastaff is a mongrel dog, a cross between the Labrador Retriever and Staffordshire Bull Terrier dog breeds. Athletic, loyal and intelligent, these puppies inherit some of the best qualities of both their parents. You can find these mixed breed dogs in shelters and rescues, so remember to always adopt. The Labrastaff is a dog with lots of energy and athletic prowess. If your family is an outdoor type, this dog will love to accompany you on errands and trips to parks or hiking areas. They are loyal to their family and will form strong bonds with the children of the household. Due to their social nature, they do not like to be left alone for long periods of time and may get into mischief if left alone in the house or garden. Therefore, make sure that family members are close to the Labrastaff as much as possible.


The Labrastaff is a mixed breed dog. The most common coat colours of a Labrastaff are black, brown and brindle. When it comes to caring for this mixed breed, daily brushing sessions should be carried out to keep the dog’s coat at its best and healthiest. Labrastaff dogs and children get along very well. They will form strong bonds, and the dog will take on a guardian role for your children, and early socialisation really pays off with this mixed breed. Be sure to reward your Labrastaff for good behaviour and follow a proper training regime when you bring him home.


The Labrador is a relatively new mongrel dog, so there is not much precise information on its exact history. The Labrador Retriever originated in Canada, where it was bred for hunting and retrieving before changing roles and becoming famous as a guide dog. The Labrador Retriever is one of the most popular dogs in the United States. It is a breed that was first used for baiting bulls and fighting in the pits. Today they are great family pets, and most of their aggression has been bred out of them. The Labrastaff has been known as a designer dog breed, but many of them, unfortunately, end up in shelters. So consider contacting local rescue groups and shelters if you are thinking of adding the Labrastaff to your home.