The earliest origin of the Scottish Terrier will always be something of a mystery. The principal source of historical knowledge is found in religious works, literary fragments, and available drawings and paintings. The antiquity of the breed's ancestry is unassailable, however. Known by many names, the “Scotch Terrier” has been native to Scotland for several hundred years. It is believed that the original stock was brought in by the Celts, and probably the $candinavians. The Norsemen had been ruling the Hebrides and adjacent islands long before the Norman conquest, and there are records of the terriers which they brought with them. The Scottish, the Skye, the West Highland White, and the Cairn are all likely decendants of a common breed native to the Scottish soifand of Norse descent.
This medium-sized stylized bulldog with spiked collar is the perfect mascot to add to your school, college, or sports arena. Cast in the lost-wax method, this museum-quality bronze sculpture will last forever.
Also available in a giant size.
This bronze Jack Russell Terrier statue depicts this little, short legged fellow in a great way. Attentive the dog looks at you, and his posture and eyes say: Where is my cookie?
Did you know: Jack Russell Terrier Club of America and its affiliates have won the exclusive rights to use the name Jack Russell Terrier to describe their particular variant of the dog?
This sculpture would be just right for people who fell in love with this breed.
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The English Bulldog is a symbol of tenacity and stubborn determination. Centuries ago this breed was called “bandogge” as they use to spend most of thier time bonded or tied up to other dogs. In 2008 the English Bulldog was one of the top 10 breeds of dogs in the world. Bulldogs were originally kept as a butcher's dog to control unruly oxen. Bulldogs were also used as guard dogs, hunting dogs and for baiting also. This blood sport is now considered cruel and inhumane but in the early 13th century, it was quite popular. The sport involves tethering the “bait,” a bull, bear, horse, ape or lion, and the dogs were sent in to attack the animal and try to overpower it. One of the more common baits was the bull. The bulldog was commonly used to fight the bull, thus resulting in their name. The bulldog would grasp the fleshy nose of the bull and pin it to the ground. Bull baiting continued for centuries until outlawed in 1835.
This is our newly updated version of our bulldog statue, he has life size measurements and is completely hand cast and colored. He's a perfect guard dog for your door or entrance way. This beloved breed is as faithful as they come and this tribute to them will last for many, many years to come.