This section is full of articles and information written by different authors covering a variety of dog breeds and canine issues.
The Breeders Corner articles is an opportunity for various breeders from around the world to tell their story and talk about their chosen breed.
I am happy to take an opportunity of exhibiting the interest I take in Bulldog subjects by bringing to your readers’ notice a most valuable discovery made
When the Kennel Club abolished cropping in 1895, there were pessimists who predicted that Bull Terriers, Great Danes and others that had their ears trimmed
We first heard of the Rhodesian Lion dogs some three or four years ago, when a correspondence about them appeared in several papers, followed by
There are certain characteristics and features that make individual breeds of dogs unique. In canine terms this is called ‘TYPE’. The following has been compiled by
Amongst Dartmouth’s many famous historical figures is one Reverend John Russell, who ‘created’ the Jack Russell hunting dog. John, also known as Jack, Russell was
The Plott Hound breed originated in the mountains of North Carolina around 1750 and is the only breed known to have originated in this State. Named
Most show fanciers these days simply won’t admit that the breed has changed quite a bit from the original types, and such an attitude isn’t
Why breed Victorian Bulldog to KC English Bulldog? Why not just breed Victorian Bulldog to Victorian Bulldog The simple answer is, you get better results.
Frank Buck’s first terrier came to him from his father, a gypsy who had kept his own type of terrier for many years – a
Of all the dogs, i believe that the working terrier is the one who leads the pack in his ability to adapt and shine in
Those industrious, perennially fiddling Victorians gave us a huge swath of modern contrivances that today we take for granted. Bicycles, Christmas cards, postage stamps, concrete,
The quality of a stud is a matter of opinion, as we all know. But an important factor is the bitch he is bred to.
While references to Griffons can be found in historical documents dating back to 1545, the development of the current day Wirehaired Pointing Griffon began in
I was much interested in the remarks in your last weeks edition of the Field on the Westmoreland and Cumberland working terriers, and, having kept
The Welsh Gafaelgi aka Celtic Mastiff breeding program was created by Mr G.W from Valley Forge Kennels in South Wales. This is an old write
General Appearance—-Smooth coated, well balanced, of great strength for his size. Muscular, active and agile. The Staff is an athlete. Everything about him should mark