The Bull Dog Breed - If Tears Were Roses album
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The breed first originated by crossing the Bulldog and Black and Tan Terrier, and evolved over time with the infusion of other breeds for refinement of purpose which, in mid-19th century Victorian England, was vermin control and dog fighting
Roses is the sixth studio album by the Irish rock band The Cranberries, released in the Republic of Ireland on 22 February 2012 and globally on 27 February 2012 through Cooking Vinyl and Downtown Records. Produced by Stephen Street, it was the band's first studio release in ten years. Originally planned to be released in late 2003, the recordings for the follow-up to Wake Up and Smell the Coffee were scrapped after the band decided to go their separate ways.
AND SO," CONCLUDED the Old Man, "this big bully ducked the seltzer bottle and the next thing I knowed I knowed nothin'. I come to with the general idee that the Sea Girl was sinkin' with all hands and I was drownin'-but it was only some chump pourin' water all over me to bring me to. Oh, yeah, the big French cluck I had the row with was nobody much, I learned-just only merely nobody but Tiger Valois, the heavyweight champion of the French navy-".
Dog Breed: Bull Terrier Breed Group: Terriers, Bull type Terriers /working dog Breed Color: White, black, brindle, black-brindle, red, fawn and tri-colored with white markings. History and Origin of the Bull Terrier. James Hinks, an English dog dealer, is the man behind this adorable breed! He bred the White Cavalier, the name by which the Bull Terriers were known at the time, and rather quickly made them very fashionable pets for the nobles. But, later on, when crossed with brindle Staffordshires, also colored variations of Bull Terriers came to life and prominence.
The pastime of bull-baiting, in which Bulldogs were turned lose on a staked bull as spectators bet on the outcome, was popular in Britain beginning in the 13th century. By the more enlightened 1830s, blood sports with animals were outlawed. This didn’t stop those with a taste for such gruesome spectacles. Hinks found a Bull Terrier a battered old bum/And made him a dog for a gentleman’s chum. So goes an old bit of doggerel. It was in the early 1860s that Englishman James Hinks took an old fighting breed, a Bulldog-terrier cross called the Bull-and-Terrier, and refined and standardized it as the modern Bull Terrier. Hinks’s dogs were white, but by the early 20th century colored specimens were seen.
As members of the herding group, these dogs were developed to help sheep and goat farmers care for their livestock both in the form of guarding and herding. As such, they have evolved into an independent problem solver capable of working on their own with minimal guidance. They are fun-loving, gentle and family oriented, usually good with other dogs and pets. Tiny at only 4 to 7 pounds, this breed is one of the smallest of the calm dog breeds. They are devoted, sensitive and willing to please. They tend to shadow their owner wherever they go, often getting the name of Velcro dog.
The American pit bull terrier is a companion animal breed not recognized by the AKC. They're naturally aggressive but loyal and affectionate with properly trained. The American Pit Bull Terrier (APBT) is a companion dog breed. These dogs are muscular and powerful but are naturally aggressive only toward other animals, not humans. When properly trained, this dog is a loyal and affectionate family pet. The breed is not recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC), but it is recognized by the Continental Kennel Club and the United Kennel Club (UKC). Up until 1936, pit bulls and ASTs were physically identical. After 1936, ASTs were bred solely for conformation, and their breed requirements became much more stringent. APBTs were being bred for both performance (fighting), as well as conformation shows and the breed’s standard became much more lenient.
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A mixed breed dog has inherited a jumble of genes (and thus a jumble of traits) from ALL of the breed's in his heritage. Simply by looking at him, there's no way to tell which of those genes and traits might have come from which breeds. There could be half a dozen breeds in his ancestry. Let's consider a dog named Spot. If both of Spot's parents are purebred and the same breed, Spot is a purebred dog. Dalmatian + Dalmatian Dalmatian. If both of Spot's parents are purebred but different breeds, Spot is a crossbred dog. Dalmatian + Boxer Dalmatian/Boxer cross. So just because your mixed breed puppy "has pure breeds" in his ancestry doesn't tell you what those individual dogs were like.
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