Remember These Extinct Breeds of Dogs
Let's go through history to see dog breeds that left lasting legacies.
The Talbot, with its slow, ambling pace and strong sense of smell,
was a popular hunting hound from the Middle Ages to the 18th century.
These white, huge, and muscular dogs were popular hunting dogs
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among nobles due to their loyalty and gentleness.
Heraldry and coats of arms represent the Talbot's soul, which no longer roams the forests.
Mixed-breed dogs are called “mutts,” but the term is pejorative. Interestingly, “mutt” derives from sheep.
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