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Old 04-22-2007, 03:46 PM   #1
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Default Dog breeds in the 19th / early 20th century

I ran across this site and thought I would share:

There are pictures of dogs taken from the display in the Rothschild Zoological Museum in England. It is interesting if you are into historical development of breeds. They have Basset hounds, Dachshunds, Spaniels, and dogs I have never heard of (Chinese Happa Dog).

http://www.messybeast.com/history/1800dogs.htm

They also have pictures of purebred dogs from 1923. Some of them look about the same, but many don't.
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Thank you, that is very interesting. There was an artical in 'dogs today ' magazine, about the development of breeds in the last 100 years or so, after they began to LOOSE their jobs, with the industrial revolution, and they began to be bred for looks rather than their working ability. the change in the basset hound is the shockingest.

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Wow! Very interesting! Thanks so much for the share!
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I noticed the Borzoi had not changed much. The female posted looks alot like a female now.. Thank you for the share!

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I noticed the Borzoi had not changed much. The female posted looks alot like a female now.. Thank you for the share!
I have been looking the picture of the Borzoi and checking it with my Borzoi Book of Champions and it looks like one of the Addlestone Breeding from around1923/24, if so these were bred my A Mrs AVlasto who bred a lot of champions in the early part of 1900.These were described as White with Tan markings or white with Tan Brindle markings. .

Thanks skunkstripe for sharing these links very interesting.
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I have been looking the picture of the Borzoi and checking it with my Borzoi Book of Champions and it looks like one of the Addlestone Breeding from around1923/24, if so these were bred my A Mrs AVlasto who bred a lot of champions in the early part of 1900.These were described as White with Tan markings or white with Tan Brindle markings. .

Thanks skunkstripe for sharing these links very interesting.
MAN THATS GREAT!!! I wish I knew my guys that far back.. hmmmm... ( digs into the books.. lol.. )

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That was pretty awesome... It looks like the Newf was docked. I wonder why you'd dock a newf.

Anywhoo... thanks!!

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Docked tails would mean a working dog- not taxed..

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Borzoimon I have always been interested in the history of the breed and when The Borzoi Club here in the Uk brought out these books of champions I bought them . They are my Borzoi Bibles and I have had endless hours of pleasure goint through these they start from the late 1800's and the latest one came out last year. I find I them so informative.
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In the one's for 1923 The French Poodle looks more like todays Hungarian Puli Lol at least to me it does . What do you all think?
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