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Two of the toughest breed of canine, are the Bull Mastiff, and Old English Bulldog. They are thought to have been bred from War Dogs, used to bait bulls, a cruel sport that is banned, leading to those breeds declining in numbers. They are large, powerful animals, and very strong willed. They have a powerful bite, due to a shorter jaw and muscle grouping, that means when they clamp on to their prey, they do not let go easily.


It should be remembered, that all breeds of domestic dogs came from the taming of wolves.


The Bulldog is a British breed of dog of mastiff type, that may have been over bred. It may also be known as the English Bulldog or British Bulldog. It is of medium size, a muscular, hefty dog with a wrinkled face and a distinctive pushed-in nose. It is commonly kept as a companion dog. In 2013 it was in twelfth place on a list of the breeds most frequently registered worldwide.







The Bulldog has a longstanding association with British culture; the BBC wrote: "to many the Bulldog is a national icon, symbolising pluck and determination". During the Second World War, the Prime Minister Winston Churchill was likened to a Bulldog for his defiance of Nazi Germany.

The Old English Bulldog was compact, broad and muscular, as reflected in the painting Crib and Rosa.

Historians are fairly confident that the Old English Bulldog is derived from ancient war dogs, such as the old Mastiff or the extinct Alaunt dog.

The word 'Mastiff' was eventually dropped when describing these smaller Mastiffs, as the Mastiff proper was found too slow for bull-baiting.








All breed of domestic dogs came from Wolves. As puppies they look like easy prey, but as they wise up from life experience, they can become much tougher, and quite determined.






Is a dog of particular form, remarkable for his courage. The bull-dog is low in stature, deep-chested, and strongly made about the shoulders and thighs, the muscles of both of which are extremely developed. His head is broad, his nose short, and the under jaw projects beyond the upper, which gives him a fierce and disagreeable aspect. His eyes are distant and prominent, and have a peculiar suspicious-like leer, which, with the distension of his nostrils, gives him also a contemptuous look; and from his teeth being always seen, he has the constant appearance of grinning, while he is perfectly placid. He is the most ferocious and unrelenting of the canine tribe, and may be considered courageous beyond every other creature in the world, for he will attack any animal, whatever be his magnitude. 


They have retained the courage that was originally bred into them for bull baiting, so they make fine watchdogs. Although they generally get along well with other family pets, English bulldogs can be aggressive to unfamiliar dogs.











The Bullmastiff is a British breed of dog of mastiff type and large size, with a solid build and a short muzzle. It was developed as a guard dog in the nineteenth century by cross-breeding the English Mastiff with the now-extinct Old English Bulldog.

In the eighteenth century, in some regions of England, the Old English Mastiff and English Bulldog were commonly inter-bred to produce dogs suitable for work guarding people and their property. By the beginning of the twentieth century this cross-breed was in widespread use as an aid to gamekeepers in the control of poaching. They were bred by gamekeepers for strength, size and speed using a cross of the tough, heavy and aggressive Bulldog of the nineteenth century with the large, strong, less aggressive Mastiff. As a result, the Bullmastiff is known as the Gamekeeper's Night Dog.

In 1928, the diamond mining company De Beers imported Bullmastiffs to South Africa to guard the mines.






Incompatibility in Human Rights terms, is where one statute does not comply with HR statute. The European Convention does include Article 13, the right to an effective remedy. British law does not. Winston Churchill was a true example of the British Bulldog spirit, that led to victory over Adolf Hitler in World War Two. He even looked a bit like the dog breed.







'The Colonial Bulldog' is a hardy individual with the obstinate staying power of some of the Old English working dogs. He can take a hit, then come back fighting. This is the same spirit that the Ukraine is showing us today, in defending their homeland from an aggressive Russia. Vladimir Putin is seen as the new Adolf Hitler. A confirmed War Criminal, by the United Nations.




















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