Browse Articles By Tag: bulldog
Valley Bulldog | Valley Bulldog
25.03.2009 · From admin
The Altamaha Plantation Dog is a breed of working dog developed for catching livestock and for protecting family and property
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Although small English Bulldog specimens existed for centuries, the Miniature Bulldog was officially developed in America during the 1980's as a separate breed
23.02.2003 · From admin
Developed from Labradors, Rottweilers, Cane Corsos, Bullmastiffs, Pit Bulls and Dogo Argentinos, the Xander Bulldog is a wide-chested, muscular and athletic Molosser, intended to be a superiour fighter, cattle controller, property protector
23.02.2003 · From admin
Originally intended as an outcross to be used early on in the Leavitt Bulldog breeding programme
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Originating in Southern Georgia, this American watchdog has supposedly been bred by the Lane family for three generations, starting in the late 1800's with Buck Lane and his plantation dog, Otto
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Formerly known as "Leavitt's Olde English Bulldogge", the breed was developed by an American breeder David Leavitt in Pennsylvania as a re-creation of the 19th century working dog known as the "Regency Bull Baiter"
23.02.2003 · From admin
This Brazilian breed is descended from a few lines of old British bulldogs
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The Ameristaff Bulldog is seen by some as a sub-type of the Colorado Bulldogge, while others consider it to be a separate breed.
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One of Britain's most famous breeds, the Bulldog of today is a very different dog compared to its Alaunt ancestors, not only in appearance, but also in personality
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The rare Spanish Perro de Toro is believed by some to be just a heavier variant of the Alano Espanol, but there are obvious physical and temperament differences between these breeds
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his re-creation of the old style British bulldog was developed by an enthusiastic breeder named Ken Mollett and his associates in the early 1980's
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Although a number of bandogge-type creations worldwide sometimes carry this name, the Italian Bulldogge breed was developed by Ray Giacobbe, a breeder of Olde English Bulldogges in Florida
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This re-creation of the old English Bulldogge was developed in Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia in Canada, reportedly by crossing the modern Bulldog with the German Boxer
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The rare Villano de las Encartaciones is believed by some to have origins in the 1100's, while others claim that the modern incarnation of the breed was created in the 19th century
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Developed in 1700's from miniature Bulldogs and possibly Pugs, the French Bulldog is thought to actually be of British origin
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Like many other South-American breeds, the Venezuelan Bulldog was developed from various European dogs introduced to the continent by explorers and conquerors
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Originating in 1700's America, the Old Country Bulldogge was developed from the original British and Irish bulldog variety, as well as other European working dogs of the Bullenbeisser and Alaunt ancestry.
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Tracing its ancestry back to the guarding, baiting and cattle controlling dogs of the 1800's, today's incarnation of the Catahoula Bulldog is a result of crossing the American Bulldog and the Catahoula Leopard Dog. Quite rare, it is slowly …
23.02.2003 · From admin
Like its larger cousin, the Maltese Mastiff, this fighting dog of Malta became extinct during the 20th century. Created by crossing Italian, specifically Sicilian farm dogs such as early types of the Cane Corso with imported English bulldogges, bull-…
23.02.2003 · From admin
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