English bulldog


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English bulldog

see bulldog.
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McGarity said the English bulldog "has endeared himself to the Georgia people over the last three years.
In that same fateful experiment, I met my friend Brutus, the English bulldog sitting over there and drooling on himself.
The poem is an elegy to Jeffers's English bulldog, Haig, written as if Haig were speaking to his owners from the doggy beyond.
IN a basement office on Boulder's Pearl Street Mall, a burly English bulldog named Winston snored noisily underneath a desk.
Proudly marching off to war in 1914 with a Camp Colour (designed by the Princess) and an English bulldog, the PPCLI began its journey into legend.
The appearance of the prognathic patient often belies the patient's gentle nature by causing a semblance of belligerence and hostility not unlike that of an English bulldog or a German boxer.
The magnificent English bulldog was originally bred for bullbaiting, an occupation that probably distressed both dog and bull.
The cover photo features furniture designed by Gold and Williams and a cameo appearance from Lulu, the team's English bulldog mascot.
The Southern California residents met at a local dog park when their dogs, Max and Luther -- a Puggle and Olde English Bulldog, became best friends.
A COVENTRY man says his English Bulldog has given birth to one of the world's largest litters of puppies.
Miller will launch NeuticlesID by altering his own dog Humphrey, an English Bulldog, with the product.
Plus, English bulldog Lois is put on a strict diet and given an exercise regimen, and an elderly springer spaniel called Flossie, who has lost control of her back legs, arrives at the clinic.