- Pictures that show how 100 years of breeding has changed dog breeds
- Developed in 19th century Germany, these dogs were designed as bull baiting dogs and later as butcher's helpers – controlling the cattle in slaughterhouses. Before being turned into working dogs, the boxer had a longer face and longer downward tail.
- Pongal 2016: From Cooking Up a Feast to Decorating Rangolis and Bull Baiting
- Pongal 2016: From Cooking Up a Feast to Decorating Rangolis and Bull Baiting My first memories of Pongal are synonymous with the 'Pongal test match' at the MA Chidambaram stadium. The Indian equivalent of the boxing day match when almost without ...
- Call to boycott island over pitbull policy
- Pit Bulls were bred intentionally for Bull Baiting and winning in dog fighting. The behavior is in-bred and cannot be "trained" out of them.
- Letter: Fur trapping is inhumane
- Fur trapping has been pretty much abolished in California, Washington, Colorado and Arizona, to name just the Western states. It's a tradition but a loathsome one, on par with cockfighting, dogfighting, bull-baiting and other nasty behavior of bygone days.
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- In ancient times, bulldogs were used for bear and bull baiting in Old England. But now, dog owners found this breed as gentle, peaceful and kind contrary to what it was known before. Bulldogs are loved and considered as a family companion.
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