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   Bull and Terrier Breeds, origins of Bull & Terrier breeds  

An article about Bull and Terrier breeds and the origins of Bull & Terrier type dog breeds.

   Bull and Terriers - Research  

An article about research on abnormalities in dogs from the Bull and Terriers group; abnormalities such as L2HGA, Diabetes Mellitus, Chronic Renal diseases, Tail Chasing and (Lethal) skin related problems.

   English Bull Terrier (EBT) and influence in game dogs  

This chapter discloses some of the history and lift some of the mysterious shrouds. Especially the English Bull Terrier is focus of this chapter, since the English Bull Terrier definitely had a lot of terrier influence and was used as a battlecross in gamedogs both in Europe and in the USA. This chapter as such also discloses why Gamedogs are hard to justify as pure Bulldogs.

   Origins of Bulldog and Mastiff Breeds 1  

An article about the origins of Bulldog and Mastiff type dog breeds. From the ancient Alaunts and Assyrian Mastiffs to more recent in between designs such as the Bullenbeiser, and eventually contemporary dogs like the American Bulldog.

   Origins of Bulldog and Mastiff Breeds 2  

An article about the origins of Bulldog and Mastiff type dog breeds. From the ancient Alaunts and Assyrian Mastiffs to more recent in between designs such as the Bullenbeiser, and eventually contemporary dogs like the German Jagd Terrier and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

   Origins of Bulldog and Mastiff Breeds 3  

An article about the Bulldog vs Bull & Terrier and their history; based on the American Pit Bull Terrier as a case study and working terrier variants.

   Staffordshire Bull Terrier - Height and Weight Ratios Original and Revised  

An article about the height and weight ratios of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and its variation by adjustments of the standard.

   Tosa Inu - Working Type  

Tosa Inu - Working Type / An article about the Tosa Inu of working lines in current Japan, where the Tosa is still primarily known for it's success and use for combat in traditional Japanese dog fighting tournaments.

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