Calendars with Scrumptiously Fascinating Bull Terrier Doggies
Now you can take advantage of this great opportunity
to get yourself one of these Delightfully Colorful
Bull Terrier Calendars which are certain to make your day go better!
You'll flip over how magnificent and gratifying
these Bull Terrier Calendars really are as every day
they will make your day more cheerful and fun filled.
As you can plainly see from the picture of the Bull Terrier
Calendar shown below, these photos are not just another pretty face!
An ideal solution to give as a present for that dog lover
who already has everything, or we think you should have
one hanging in your den or office or kitchen, just
because you are a Special pet owner and Deserve a Treat!
So Cheer up your day and order from our online
calendar store a Bull Terrier Calendar
Calendars with Bull Terriers
Stuffed Plush Bull
Terrier Dogs & Animals
Bull Terrier Trivia
In Africa the Bull Terrier is called a Varkhond or Pig-dog.
Many people think this is because of the shape of the head
and eyes of the dog make it look like a pig. But in actual
fact the name arose because bull terriers were used to hunt
bush-pigs and warthogs in South Africa, especially around
the Eastern Cape.
The miniature version of the Bull Terrier is called the
Miniature Bull Terrier and is its own distinct breed. They
are about half the size of the standard Bull Terrier.
Bull Terrier Dogs are featured in Jonathan Carroll's novel "The
Land of Laughs".
Bull Terriers have also been featured in movies such as: "A
Dog's Life" (1918), "Babe: Pig in the City", "Baxter",
"Bulletproof and Derailed", "Frankenweenie", "Friday After
Next", "It's a Dog's Life" (1955), "Next Friday, Oliver!",
"Patton", "Scotland, PA", "The Incredible Journey", "Toy
Story" and "Trainspotting".
A Bull Terrier appeared in several scenes of "Je t'aime. moi
no plus" a film made in 1976. But because there are so few
scenes of it appearing the dog is often mistaken for a pig.
Bull Terriers have also starred in television shows like the
1970s show "Baa Baa Black Sheep", in the opening credits of
"Barking Mad," a British television show, and in "Keen
Eddie," a short-lived Fox series in the USA.
"The White Wolf" is a book that as the main character has a
Bull Terrier in the Max Brand novel.
In commercials for Bud Light beer in the late 1980's a Bull
Terrier called Spuds Mackenzie was featured.
On a show in Canada called "Hockey Night in Canada," a Bull
Terrier named "Blue" was featured. He was owned by famous
Canadian Don Cherry.
Enticing Gifts for Bull Terrier Dogs
Really Cool Pet Newsletter by Tippy
Page by: Tippy & Alfred.
Choose To Prosper