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2014-03-11 23:29:58

Adam Rothenberg of New Jersey law firm Levinson Axelrod is representing the family of an individual who was hospitalized following an alleged bull mastiff attack. Edison, N.J. (PRWEB) March 11, 2014 The family of a boy who survived an alleged attack by a bull mastiff has retained attorney Adam Rothenberg of New Jersey auto accident law firm Levinson Axelrod for representation. "Our sympathies extend not only to the family of our client but to the family of the second victim,” dog...


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2008-05-27 23:14:49

The Olde English Bulldogge is a recreation of the Old English Bulldog, an extinct bull-baiting breed which existed in England during the 19th century. After the Cruelty to Animals Act was passed in Parliament in 1835, blood sport was outlawed, and the breed quickly became extinct. The Olde English Bulldogge was developed a century later in the 1970s by David Leavitt, of Coatesville, Pennsylvania. His goal was to create a breed with the health, athleticism, and look of the original Old English...

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2008-05-18 22:55:03

The Bullmastiff, a cross between the Old English Bulldog and the English Mastiff is a powerful breed. It was originally bred in the 1800s to tackle poachers, and its size is a reflection of that. The Bullmastiff is generally 24 to 27 inches tall and weighs 100 to 140 pounds. Its coat should be a single, pure color, generally fawn or red. The muzzle of the breed is black with dark markings continuing around the eyes. The breed is calm and loving, yet very protective of its owners. It...

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2007-12-18 12:20:21

The Bandog (also called Bandogge) originated around 1300 in England and was a guard dog. It was a mastiff-type dog bred to be chained during the day and released at night to ward off intruders. In those times the Bandog was strictly a working dog without a set type. One of the Bandog programs in England led to the establishment of another breed, the Bullmastiff. The Bandog was a huge dog, ugly, stubborn and fierce. It was bred almost strictly to function as a guard dog so the standard was...

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