The End Is The Beginning Is The End …

The End Is The Beginning Is The End …

You may have noticed that we at the SaultDogBlog have been a little scarce lately. In a busy world, it’s sometimes difficult to make time for the thing we enjoy (like blogging). Unfortunately, we’ve decided that we can no longer continue to run this site on a regular basis. I’ve been putting this official moment … Continue reading

Winston Churchill and the Bulldog Myth

Winston Churchill and the Bulldog Myth

“The nose of the bulldog has been slanted backwards so that he can breathe without letting go.” -Winston Churchill Winston Churchill, former Prime Minster of the United Kingdom, is often associated with the Bulldog. Many attribute this to the politician’s tenacity and stubborn nature, or their uncanny similarity in appearance. Because, despite popular belief, Churchill … Continue reading

Nature V. Nurture: The Great Debate

Nature V. Nurture: The Great Debate

Obviously, the “nature v. nurture” concept has been argued to the point of eliciting eye rolls and sighs. You know the people: they swear that their dog’s behavioural issues are solely due to their past (potentially abusive) owners’ treatment. Or, the folk who assert that all “Pit Bulls” are wired for aggression and will always … Continue reading

For the Typically Dirty Type

For the Typically Dirty Type

Now, my current dog isn’t exactly the “get down and dirty” type of hound. I’ve grown accustomed to having a small towel by the door to do a quick paw wipe down when necessary, but that is pretty much all she needs to stay clean most of the year. Growing up, we had a Golden … Continue reading