Interesting old dog pictures

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  1. Laurelin

    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    Im not sure I would have guessed this breed... 1890s

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    The field is really low to the ground.
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    Izzie! (lol I really think it looks like her)

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    ...I think all poodles should be corded
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    Wire Fox (Dekka is right, they do look like JRTs)

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    airedale is neat looking

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    Great pics, Laurelin! I'm with you on the Poodles. I first heard of them in a book. Then one showed up at my vet's when I was working for him. I love the look.
     
  4. Laurelin

    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    Toy Bull terrier? Interesting

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    another I would not have guessed.

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    This dog is just pretty

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    Poor Dog lol

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    And again...

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    Loving the poms

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  5. Laurelin

    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    This looks like a chihuahua to me.

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    I'm still intrigued by the short field spaniels.

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    I want this dog

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    Or one of these

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    PWCorgi Priscilla Winifred Corgi

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    it's crazy how breeds can change in such a small amount of time. i love the corgis and the wire-haired foxy.
     
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    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    How interesting:

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    I've actually never seen this one before. It looks so short in the body.

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    More WFT

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    Schipps

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    Would not have guessed Sealyham. Looks like a shorty jack.

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    Sheltie

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    More normal looking paps
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  9. Laurelin

    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    You know, I've never been a corgi fan but I would totally go for one of those dogs!
     
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    Shai & the Muttly Crew

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    I love the "leggy" Corgis!

    Laurelin your new mission in life is to bring back the old Sheltie type. And when you do I'm coming to you for a pup :p
     
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    Looks like Tramp from Lady and the Tramp

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    I like the look of this dog too

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    Or this one:

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    Peke

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    Here's a cardi for the corgi folks 1930s though

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    1934 papillon (I know, I keep pulling out the paps)

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    1936 pemmie

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    If only I had infinite space and resources... *sigh*

    I love this sheltie

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    Sit Stay Not a Border Collie

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    So cool! I love old dog photos, I've started collecting pictures of ES/farm collie type dogs from the early-mid 1900s - not quite as old as these but still cool! Got this pair last week - couldn't believe how much this dog looks like Quinn/Quinn's relatives. The similarity is just uncanny. This is from the 50s.

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    Schipp on the right's name made me laugh.

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    It seems like around the 1930s-1940s most breeds became a lot more 'typey' (if that's the right word). Looking through these pics and other pics in the past it seems there was a pretty major change around that time period for a lot of breeds. It's really unusual looking at the fox terriers. They look very JRT through the 20s then suddenly they look like the modern fox terrier.
     
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    there are still sealys being worked britain. most are crossed w/russels. far as i know there is only one line/breeder w/ pure working sealys that still look like that. but some folks are trying. some of these look good
    http://mysealyhams.com/
     
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    Amazing isn't it? How some breeds were so different from what we see now...
     
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    Wow - amazing photos! I LOVE old pictures, but particularly when it comes to dogs. I'd love to purchase a really neat old photo and have it framed. Those longer legged corgi's are awesome. Some really cool pictures!

    @SitStay - where do you purchase your photos, if you don't mind me asking?

    I have to say that, in general, I prefer the looks of older dogs than today's.
     
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    When I was at collie nationals last year they had a TON of old collie photos for sale. I'm kind of kicking myself now for not buying some. They were really cool.
     
  20. Rolu

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    This was very interesting to look at. I do say, I prefer Poodles how they are now, I'm not much a fan of corded breeds / coats.

    Look forward to more pictures!
     

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