Small, brindle-marked dog posed on table in studio

Small, brindle-marked dog posed on table in studio
Image by George Eastman House
Accession Number: 2005:0803:0007

Maker: C.H. Gallup

Title: Small, brindle-marked dog posed on table in studio

Date: ca. 1885

Medium: albumen print

Dimensions: Image: 14 x 10 cm Mount: 16.3 x 10.7 cm


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    • mr-haze
    • December 19, 2010

    I bet they just called it a dog or maybe bulldog in 1885 when it was taken. They didn’t come up with breed standards mentioned in the comments until much later. The title of the photo says it all. This is a small, brindle-marked dog posed on table in studio!

    • twilightlover511
    • December 19, 2010

    looks more of a pitbull/ Bosten terrier to me!!!but anyways CUTE!!

    • vbaby31
    • December 18, 2010

    wow… no its a PONY!!!

    • pittylova
    • December 18, 2010

    Looks more APBT then SBT to me. And you’re right Meetzorp, she very well could be. Bostons did come from the "pitbull" group of dogs.

    • John Gallone Gallery
    • December 18, 2010

    Question the year the exposure is too short.

    • Michael Bradley1979
    • December 18, 2010

    Chef.dogg its not a pitbull. Its a staffordshire bullterrier.

    • chef.dogg
    • December 18, 2010

    Beautiful old photo of a pitbull well done!

    • ashlee faith
    • December 18, 2010

    looks lk a pit bull

    • Meetzorp
    • December 18, 2010

    I bet she’s the ancestor of some of today’s Boston Terriers.

    • bunchadogs & susan [on overload]
    • December 18, 2010

    I wonder if you’d be willing to post this here:

    Seeing our companions with new eyes.
    Please post your photo into the queue for consideration at:
    the little dog laughed the little dog laughed

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