Vintage Dogs: Imports April 21, 2023April 7, 2023 ~ YesBiscuit Forest and Stream, January 19, 1882 From the cover of The Dog Fancier, May 1909 Dogdom, December 1909 Dogdom, February 1910 From the cover of The Dog Fancier, February 1913 Three images of imported collie Parbold Prior in The Dog Fancier, May 1913 The Dog Fancier, August 1913 Dogdom, January 1914 Dogdom, January 1914 Dogdom, February 1914 Dogdom, February 1914 Using “nearly noseless” as a selling point on a dog should be disallowed. From Dogdom, December 1909 I would have named him Oh Dear Lord. From Dogdom, December 1909 Dogdom, April 1913 Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookTumblrPinterestRedditPrintLinkedInPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Lord Ashville reminds me of the current exotic American bullies, front assembly like a queen ann table.
Now I’m wondering what a taxidermist might be able to come up with in the form of an end table.