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    friend passed this on to me, because it shows some newfies at about 6 minutes plus.....Amazing how some dogs changed and some hardly.

    Had to guess some of the breeds though

    Hondententoonstelling gevonden bij Film in Nederland


    Beloz might be able to translate some as you might speak flemmish, which I an sure is more like Dutch ??
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    Wow thanks for sharing! Very interesting to watch. The dobermann looked a lot more terrier like, but I think, at least in the case of the european dobermanns, they have improved for the better...

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    Thanks for sharing, It was interesting viewing, would have been better if I knew what breed was what (lots of Guessing on my behalf) Likely that I got most of them wrong LOL
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    Very interesting. Must have been a very important dog show for someone to film it back in those days.

    Shame about all the half and full docked tails .

    Can someone tell me if they are some sort of Mastiff's just before the Newfsie's.?? and what is with half docked tails ??

    The doberman pinscher looks awsome !!!! The newfsie's dont look as hairy around the head area as yours newfsie. Thanks for sharing a cool video.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Very interesting. Must have been a very important dog show for someone to film it back in those days.

    Shame about all the half and full docked tails .

    Can someone tell me if they are some sort of Mastiff's just before the Newfsie's.?? and what is with half docked tails ??

    The doberman pinscher looks awsome !!!! The newfsie's dont look as hairy around the head area as yours newfsie. Thanks for sharing a cool video.
    The Matin Belgische trekhond was actually a Bouvier type dog..........I have found a web page, if you look down it a little it is the carting dogs.

    I think at these shows you tended to find the older popular breeds.the cavalier is ther, but not called that (british spaniel)

    If you google some of the names, you come up with interesting stuff I love this old stuff

    Here is the link Sean Welcome To The Count of Flanders

    There is a rough Belgian shepherd and a dutch shepherd....... shepherd dog=herdedeshond
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    I wonder what kind of dog that is at 2 minutes about it looks like some kind of terrior
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    I really loved this Newfsie!!! I love old footage, and it is quite interesting how dog breeds have evolved. The Newfoundlands of 1922 appeared smaller than yours look in their photos, and yeah I am glad docking tails is illegal these days. I don't like the cropping of ears...what is the purpose of that anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelpielover View Post
    I wonder what kind of dog that is at 2 minutes about it looks like some kind of terrior
    Are you looking at the Duitsche Dog.....that is actually the precursor of the Great Dane, actually used to be often misnamed in the early days
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    Hey Sean I also posted this on the "dark-side" and someone posted this link.........Belgian Mastiff

    Belgian Mastiff Information and Pictures, Belgian Mastiffs
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    Wonderful old footage Newfie, thank you.

    Can certainly see many areas that breeds have fastly improved on. There was no second thigh or length of stifle on most of those dogs and many were cow hocked, most had fronts more like a bulldog & elbows were out instead of their legs being underneath them and some depth of chest.

    I liked the toplines on many. Loved the Griffs, they haven't changed much.

    Glad our handling skills and equipment for shows have improved, hate lugging it all onto the showgrounds but I know my dogs enjoy their comforts.

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