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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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One of the most unique dog breeds, the English Bullterrier was once commonly referred to as the "Canine Gladiator" in its native Britain, where it was created in the 1850's by Birmingham's John Hinks
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This famous British giant is a breed of a rather misleading name, because it is neither the oldest nor the only, or even the purest mastiff breed in the world
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The origins of the Bobtail breed are rooted in South-Russian Ovcharkas, Polish Lowland Sheepdogs, French Briards and Scottich Bearded Collies. It was developed in western England as a powerful defender and herder of livestock. The Old English Sheepdo…
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The ancestors of this breed were known as "White English" and belonged to the larger, working type that existed before the English Bulldog was reduced for the modern show ring. Developed by Ray Altman of Waycross, Georgia, this powerful American b…
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The modern English Setter breed was created in 1825 by a hunting enthusiast named Edward Laverack, who crossed a variety of old English spaniels, retrievers, mastiffs and setters with the intention of developing an all-around gundog, capable of both …
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Descended from ancient Pannonian Herders, introduced to Britain during the Roman invasion through interbreeding with local watchdogs and sheepdogs, the English Shepherd survived as a common herder, existing in a variety of types for centuries. Alongs…
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The English Coonhound was actually developed in the United States of America in the 17th century, using the popular stock of hounds from Tennessee, Virginia and Kentucky, as well as some imported French and British foxhound breeds. A smaller and fast…
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The English Greyhound is one of the most famous breeds in the world, prized for its immense agility and great speed. There are various theories about the meaning of the breed's name, from simply denoting its original colouring to it being derive…
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Olde English Bulldogge was created in Pennsylvania in the early 1970's by crossing the modern English Bulldog with the English Bullmastiff, American Pit Bull Terrier and American Bulldog
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One of the most interesting, as well as most misrepresented extinct dogs in history, the English White Terrier is more famous for its contribution to the development of other breeds than for its own working qualities and recognition. It must be menti…
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Mastweiler is a recent creation developed in England
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