Village Black Dogs Mating Hard!

Village Black Dogs Mating Hard!


In the 13th century, during the rule of King John in England, Bulldogs were bred to participate in the cruel sport of bullbaiting. These ancestors of today’s Bulldogs were known for their immense strength and bravery, having huge jaws and seemingly unstoppable pain tolerance.


A significant change in the Bulldog’s history happened in 1835 when England prohibited animal blood sports. This led to pit-dog fighting taking place in concealed spaces, which necessitated more active dogs than the sluggish Bulldogs of the early 1800s. People who bet on these fights combined different types of terriers with Bulldogs to make their fierce four-legged warriors, which became the ancestors of today’s Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Bull Terrier, and other bull-type terrier breeds.

Village Black Dogs Mating Hard!


Village Black Dogs Mating Hard!

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