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Both the American Staffordshire terrier and the American Bulldog share bulldog genes, but today they are registered as different breeds. Both dogs were bred from Staffordshire Bulldogs, but their appearance was heavier than their ancestors and their heads were larger. Both dog breeds have a long history. The American Dog Breeders Association was established in 1909 to register American Bulldogs. This passage is mainly about difference between a Pitbull and a Staffordshire terrier.
Before the 17th century, this type of dog was called a spaniel regardless of its size, body length, and pace. Significant differences in body size began to gradually arouse the different purposes of hunting and hunters’ attention, larger dogs can quickly agitate their prey and smaller ones can be used to hunt hill snipes, so there are Springer spaniels and The name of the Cocker Spaniel or the snipe hound. In 1892, the British Kennel Club finally admitted that they were two separate breeds. This cocker spaniel is the English cocker spaniel. This passage is mainly talking about the difference between Cocker and Springer spaniels.
What is the difference between American Cocker Spaniel and English Cocker Spaniel? Cocker spaniels are frequently mistaken for golden retrievers. Yellow-haired cocker spaniels are very similar to golden retrievers, but cocker spaniels are also divided into American and British cocker spaniels, and American and British cocker spaniels. What is the difference?