Vintage Dogs: Oof March 22, 2023February 20, 2023 ~ YesBiscuit Forest and Stream, October 29, 1885 Mr. Lacy recommends Mr. Lacy in a classified ad from Forest and Stream, October 7, 1886. It looks like they gave him a tiny goatee??? Source: James, G.B., Jr. (1894). The dog and how to breed, train and keep him. Boston, Massachusetts: Walnut Publishing Co This whale-eyed cocker who looks like his head was ripped from his body in Turf, Field and Farm, July 9, 1897. And by “systemic effort”, they mean “shot the ones we didn’t like”. An ad in the back pages of the book: Turpin, B.S. (1900). The beagle and the field trials. Baltimore, Maryland: F.J. Skinner She may have no neck but she’s got a spine that could support a tiny roller coaster. Source: Huntington, H.W. (1901). The show dog. Providence, RI: Remington Printing Co I’m not sure what the photographer was going for here but hopefully not that. From Dogdom, May 1909 Tip: If your dog has a black patch in the middle of her topline, never pose her for a sideview against a black background. Dogdom, August 1909 Well yeah I guess a THREE POUND TUMOR in a Boston terrier would be a hindrance to producing puppies but now that it’s been removed, she might be useful. (Refer to post title.) From Dogdom, December 1911 Of course she was in no condition to show, having just suffered an injury which caused the loss of her entire litter SO I SHOWED HER ANYWAY. Goddammit Boston people, get it together! From Dogdom, January 1912 Not square, just intentionally deformed. From Dogdom, January 1912 Photos were occasionally submitted to Dogdom depicting dogs with an issue of the magazine as a prop. This one is the oofiest I can recall. Dogdom, May 1913 This poor collie. The Dog Fancier, July 1921 Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookTumblrPinterestRedditPrintLinkedInPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Considering how little modern veterinary medicine they had available over a century ago, it’s not surprising that a dam would be shown 9 days after miscarriage. Lives were much shorter, I guess the breeders just kept going.
“Just keep going” could have been on their coat of arms.
So much oof!
Bitch who miscarried due to an accident couldn’t be shown so I showed her in only a couple of classes!
I’m highly skeptical that the bulldog could walk at all well, which also ought to impair showing, but we know it doesn’t for Pekes today, sooo…
I do wonder what that clearly bad man is doing to that poor collie.