Pugnaces Britanniae

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Seen as far back as 130 AD, the Pugnaces Britanniae was developed in Britannia as a wide-mouthed dog that was then exported to Rome for competitions in the amphitheater and to become war dogs. Sadly, during the wars the breed became extinct and not much is known. Roman writers did describe the breed as a fighting dog with light brown eyes, muscular legs, loose skinned, and of great broad stature.




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