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    Quote Originally Posted by davef View Post
    Ah why it isn't no other than the Fair Lady Cheddarly, First Baroness to Duke Cheddingon the Third, Esquire of Cheesehampton. Might we treat ourselves to tea and speared squirrel as we discuss the Queen?
    omg, she’s absolutely stunning!
    Look at her. WoW! LOL


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    Podenco Andaluso?




    Ancient Breed.
    Roman Era Coin with this dog:


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    This beautiful image of a podenco is a fragment of the beautiful "Neptune" mosaic, which is preserved in the excellent collection of the Bardo Museum in Tunis.


    Kritikos Lagonikos

    The Credenian hound has the coiled tail could be that of the Roman coin perhaps. The image of the mosaic does not have the coiled tail it would look more like the Andalusian hound.


    Podenco paternino de Huelva


    Podenco paternino o paternero de Huelva.

    Podenco paternino o paternero Huelva

    The representation of the podenco in ancient art reminds me more of the paternal or paternal hound of Huelva than the Andalusian standard.


    There is also a certain similarity between the Credenian and the Huelva podenco, perhaps there were relations between the Kingdom of Tartessos and Crete.

    The paternal hound of Huelva was created with a male hound with a morphology different from the rest and an Andalusian hound female.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    omg, she’s absolutely stunning!
    Look at her. WoW! LOL

    Lady Cheddar a lady made herself receives recognition thousands of years later.


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    The Sabueso Español (Spanish Scenthound)is a scenthound breed with its origin in the far north of Iberian Peninsula, included in Group VI of F.C.I. classification. This breed has been used in this mountainous region since hundreds of years ago for all kind of game: wild boar, hare, brown bear, wolf, red deer, fox, roe deer and chamois. It is an exclusive working breed, employed in hunting with firearms.

    The first description of Iberian scenthounds appears in chapter 39 of Libro de la Montería de Alfonso XI or The Hunting Book of Alfonso XI, a medieval tome of the 14th century for a Castillian king.After that, diverse descriptions of Iberian scenthounds appeared in various Spanish hunting books of the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries: two examples include Tratado de la Montería, or A Treatise on Hunting and Molina's late Renaissance book Discurso de la Montería, or A Discourse on Hunting, written in 1582
























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    Attachment 10866 This is a true working spanish mastiff, not the massive ones of canine shows. Actually wolves are a very big problem in northwestern Iberia, with a wide population, so working spanish mastiffs to defend cattle are increasing numbers quickly.

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    The official Spanish mastiff has no attitude for cattle or for the wolf, it is more a companion dog.
    The mastín of work that is the authentic mastín is in height at least in the field with the shepherds.

    It is the mastiff that appears in the old photographs that I put in the section of the Spanish mastiff.










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    I have a Carpathian shepherd(Ciobanesc Carpatin), a dog closely related to the Molossus of Epirus,the more wolfish variant.

    Very intelligent animal,empathetic, yet independent, many times discrete,he unconditionally attacks bears or wolf packs in difficult situations,may practice selective defence(doesn't instinctively harass the newcomers, if he sees that is accepted by the master/shepherd or doesn't present a real threat).


    It is breed by the people,usually shepherds,in the Carpathians for hundreds of years, many of them have wolf admixture.
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    Mine looks very close to this one.



    https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/i...O61t2PCDwgonTQ



    I was not his first owner,it was not that easy to become friends.



    The final approach was made when he escaped in the next yard,with my neighbor's wife yelling" Your dog is in our place!"
    Since we're not 100% OK,he started to bite me,when I kept trying to grab his neck,until he got tired,I have never used physical violence against any of my dogs,however for a few seconds he became my girlfriend,didn't liked to be in somebody's arms,that's for sure.

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    Like any other animal,some can become excessively friendly to people,if you raise them among these...


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WtNp6kXyi9c
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    Perro de presa canario

    The Perro de Presa Canario, a.k.a. the Canary Mastiff, is a rare large Molosser-type dog breed originally bred for working livestock. The name of the breed is Spanish, means "Canarian catch dog", and is often shortened to "Presa Canario" or simply "Presa". The breed is sometimes also called Dogo Canario, meaning "Canarian Molosser". It is the animal symbol of the island of Gran Canaria.

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    My dog sort of has a split personality in terms of his reaction to other people/other dogs.

    When we take him for walks around our area or at the dock or other parks where there are a lot of people, he's extremely friendly, going up to people licking their hands if they stroke him, smelling but playing nicely with the other dogs.

    However, when he's in our house or yard and an unknown person or dog or cat or squirrel or God forbid raccoon comes anywhere near he goes absolutely mental. I can barely hold him back if we're outside. Thank God for invisible fences. My landscaper, who's been working for me for 20 years told me he wouldn't come in the house unless I lock him up in a separate room.

    I honestly don't know where this comes from. We got him as a tiny pup, and he's the most gentle, sweet, affectionate dog I've ever had.

    Maybe he does have some Rottweiler or Doberman in him? I'm not going to spend 200.00 to test him. I just would like him to be a bit more accepting of strangers.

    He's much larger now, almost 75 pounds, extremely strong and muscular, but still looks exactly like this:





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    Cruce de doberman y beauceron


    Beauceron



    Rottweiler mix

    Probably the landscaper fears the dogs. Large dogs often scare many people for obvious reasons and if they also have a layer that can be mistaken for a Rotweiler even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post


    Cruce de doberman y beauceron


    Beauceron



    Rottweiler mix

    Probably the landscaper fears the dogs. Large dogs often scare many people for obvious reasons and if they also have a layer that can be mistaken for a Rotweiler even more.
    Wow, my dog really looks like a Beauceron, except much bigger. He definitely doesn't have the Rottweiler face, but it may be in there somewhere, that or a bit of Doberman.

    Well, on the bright side, my alarm system is now redundant. :) Unfortunately, all the ladies who take walks together in the morning now take a different route!

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