БОРЗЫЕ 1960 (СССР)

«БОРЗЫЕ»
Статья Б.Арманд (эксперт и судья Всероссийской категории)

Автор данной статьи характеризует породу на основании проведённой им экспертизы борзых на Всероссийской выставке в 1960 году в СССР
статья была опубликована в журнале «Охота и охотничье хозяйство» (1961,СССР)

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1903 «THE BULLDOG» by Edgar Farman

«THE BULLDOG»
A MONOGRAPH
THIRD EDITION.
BY EDGAR FARMAN,
Honorary Member of the Bulldog Club (Incorporated),&c.
London 1903.

 

 

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Barry the dog from Treblinka

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-Personal Testimony of the Treblinka Death Camp
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-photo of a dog, St. Bernard breed, nickname-Barry
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-Treblinka Camp History
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«The OLD ENGLISH SHEEP DOG» — Country life. v.33 1917

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The OLD ENGLISH SHEEP DOG
Otherwise bob-tail, who might almost be called a canine chrysanthemum
by Walter A.Dyer
The thousands of people who
frequent the larger dog shows the
Old English sheepdogs is no longer
a novelty. Through that medium
we have become familiar with his
unusual appearance—his apparently bulky form, his wonderful color, his marvelous coat, with the long hair covering his and making his feet resemble those of a Cochin cock. But take him out upon the street and
you will find that he attracts as much attention
as an African cheetah.
A hundred faces will be turned his way, expressing amusement, amazement, or admiration, according to their owner’s knowledge of and attitude toward dogs.