TITLE

CHAPTER II: THE ENGLISH MASTIFF

AUTHOR(S)
Leighton, Robert
PUB. DATE
January 1910
SOURCE
Dogs & All About Them;1/1/1910, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter II of the book "Dogs and All About Them," is presented. It explores on the antiquity of the English Mastiff dogs during the sixth century. It also reveals that Mastiff dogs have varied roles, some commonly kept for guard, while many of them were specially trained for baiting bears, imported lions, and bulls. It also highlights on the description of a perfect Mastiff, taken from the Old English Mastiff's Club's "Points of a Mastiff."
ACCESSION #
34341633

 

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