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American Bulldog Collection

The American Bulldog is a large, powerful breed of utility dog that originated in the United States

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Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Cartoon: 'Hark! Hark! The Dogs Do Bark', c1914. Creator: Harris & Ewing

Cartoon: "Hark! Hark! The Dogs Do Bark", c1914. Creator: Harris & Ewing
Cartoon: "Hark! Hark! The Dogs Do Bark", c1914. First World War propaganda, with note by Walter Emanuel'. Map of Europe with the principal protagonists depicted as dogs

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Bulldog on the beach, between 1900 and 1910. Creator: Unknown

Bulldog on the beach, between 1900 and 1910. Creator: Unknown
Bulldog on the beach, between 1900 and 1910

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: WW1 recruitment poster, Teufel Hunden, US Marines

WW1 recruitment poster, Teufel Hunden, US Marines
WW1 American recruitment poster, Teufel Hunden (Devil Dogs), German nickname for US Marines, showing a bulldog chasing a dachshund. Devil Dog Recruiting Station, Smithfield & Water Streets

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS American playwright, hugging a bulldog

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Vintage World War One poster of a Marine Corps bulldog chasing a German dachshund

Vintage World War One poster of a Marine Corps bulldog chasing a German dachshund. It reads, Teufel Hunden German Nickname For U.S. Marines, Devil Dog Recruiting Station

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Bulldog / Rodney Stone /

Bulldog / Rodney Stone /
RODNEY STONE English and American champion in 1907, this dog was bred by Mr Walter Jefferies by John of the Funnels (father) and Lucy Loo (mother)

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Portrait of Mister (Billie Holiday's dog), New York, N.Y. 1946. Creator: William Paul Gottlieb

Portrait of Mister (Billie Holiday's dog), New York, N.Y. 1946. Creator: William Paul Gottlieb
Portrait of Mister (Billie Holiday's dog), New York, N.Y. 1946

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Border Collie Soaking Up the Serene Forest Escape: A Green Oasis

Border Collie Soaking Up the Serene Forest Escape: A Green Oasis
Davorin Baloh

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: 1890s, 19th Century, African American, African Ethnicity, Animal, Animal Themes, Antique

1890s, 19th Century, African American, African Ethnicity, Animal, Animal Themes, Antique
Vintage engraving of African boys with their pet dog, 19th Century

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: A Bulldog owned by Peter Festa yawns, at the American Kennel Clubs Museum of the Dog

A Bulldog owned by Peter Festa yawns, at the American Kennel Clubs Museum of the Dog during an unveiling of the clubs most popular breeds in New York, New York, U.S. March 20, 2019

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Picture No. 12019069

Picture No. 12019069
Beagle puppy and American Bulldog puppy dog indoors. Date

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Picture No. 12019067

Picture No. 12019067
American Bulldog puppy dog outdoors. Date

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Picture No. 12019066

Picture No. 12019066
American Bulldog puppy dog outdoors. Date

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: De Reszke American Cigarettes Advertisement

De Reszke American Cigarettes Advertisement
An advertisement illustration for De Reszke American Cigarettes, titled, Miss America Arrives - She Visits The Gold Stripes

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: De Reszke Advertisement Miss America Arrives

De Reszke Advertisement Miss America Arrives
An illustrated advertisement poster design for De Reszke American Cigarettes, titled Miss America Arrives, as she is welcomed by the boys

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Dog, Bulldogs wearing heart shaped American flag glasses

Dog, Bulldogs wearing heart shaped American flag glasses Date: 06-Jul-16

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Toy Bank, c. 1938. Creator: Pearl Torell

Toy Bank, c. 1938. Creator: Pearl Torell
Toy Bank, c. 1938

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Monocoupe 110 Special, 1941. Creator: Monocoupe Airplane Co

Monocoupe 110 Special, 1941. Creator: Monocoupe Airplane Co
High-wing, 2-seat, 1940s monoplane. Warner Super Scarab 185, 200hp engine. Red with white trim. Clipped wings. Air show pilot and aerobatic champion W. W

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Bull Dog Bank, c. 1937. Creator: George File

Bull Dog Bank, c. 1937. Creator: George File
Bull Dog Bank, c. 1937

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: African Bloodhounds in the Gardens of the Zoological Society

African Bloodhounds in the Gardens of the Zoological Society
The African Bloodhounds in the Gardens of the Zoological Society. Canis lupus familiaris. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by J

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Bulldog Getting His Picture Taken by a Frog, 1909 (colour litho)

Bulldog Getting His Picture Taken by a Frog, 1909 (colour litho)
3034899 Bulldog Getting His Picture Taken by a Frog, 1909 (colour litho) by American School, (20th century); (add.info.: Vintage illustration of a bulldog posing in a photographers studio)

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Richard J. Gatling, shown with the Bulldog Model of 1893 (b / w photo)

Richard J. Gatling, shown with the Bulldog Model of 1893 (b / w photo)
PNP386822 Richard J. Gatling, shown with the Bulldog Model of 1893 (b/w photo) by American Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: The Old Woman in Trouble (litho)

The Old Woman in Trouble (litho)
AQS257114 The Old Woman in Trouble (litho) by American School, (19th century); American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Bulldog, from The Natural History of Animals, 1859 (hand-coloured engraving)

Bulldog, from The Natural History of Animals, 1859 (hand-coloured engraving)
2629949 Bulldog, from The Natural History of Animals, 1859 (hand-coloured engraving) by American School, (19th century); Private Collection; Photo eGraphicaArtis; American, out of copyright

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Breeds of dogs, Canis lupus familiaris

Breeds of dogs, Canis lupus familiaris
5893791 Breeds of dogs, Canis lupus familiaris. by Smellie, William (1697-1763); (add.info.: British Bull Dog, Alco or American Dog and Old English Mastiff)

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: The Bull Dog on the Right Track, 1864 (litho)

The Bull Dog on the Right Track, 1864 (litho)
1078635 The Bull Dog on the Right Track, 1864 (litho) by Currier, N. (1813-88) and Ives, J.M. (1824-95); Collection of the New-York Historical Society

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Bulldog in a desert garden

Bulldog in a desert garden

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Susi - playing games with a French bulldog

Susi - playing games with a French bulldog
Unusual Friends - Susi the spaniel playing games with a French bulldog. Date: 1950s

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Why Don t You Take It?, 1861-64. 1861-64. Creators: Nathaniel Currier

Why Don t You Take It?, 1861-64. 1861-64. Creators: Nathaniel Currier
Why Don t You Take It?, 1861-64. Political satires of American Civil War with Confederate leader Jefferson Davis, as a greyhound, cringing away from an aggressive bulldog, general Ulysses S. Grant

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: 1917 Mack Bulldog Model AC, in New York. Creator: Unknown

1917 Mack Bulldog Model AC, in New York. Creator: Unknown
1917 Mack Bulldog Model AC, in New York

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: English Bulldog in daffodils, Waterford, Connecticut, USA

English Bulldog in daffodils, Waterford, Connecticut, USA

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Picture No. 12019079

Picture No. 12019079
American Bulldog puppy dog indoors. Date

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Picture No. 12019078

Picture No. 12019078
American Bulldog puppy dog indoors. Date

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Picture No. 12019068

Picture No. 12019068
American Bulldog puppy dog outdoors. Date

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: The Oregon battleship, (1898), 1920s

The Oregon battleship, (1898), 1920s
She took part in the Battle of Santiago de Cuba, where she and the cruiser Brooklyn were the only ships fast enough to chase down the Spanish cruiser Cristobal Colon, forcing its surrender

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Vintage World War II poster of Winston Churchill as a bulldog and the British flag

Vintage World War II poster of Winston Churchill as a bulldog and the British flag. It declares, Holding The Line

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Different kinds of dogs (coloured engraving)

Different kinds of dogs (coloured engraving)
997636 Different kinds of dogs (coloured engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: From A Bilderbuch fAor KinderA (Picture Book for Children) 1790-1830

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: A Gibson Girl, c. 1902 (litho)

A Gibson Girl, c. 1902 (litho)
477736 A Gibson Girl, c.1902 (litho) by Gibson, Charles Dana (1867-1944); Private Collection; American, out of copyright

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Bulldog in a desert garden

Bulldog in a desert garden

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Us-American Kennel Club-Breeds

Us-American Kennel Club-Breeds
A Bulldog puppy named Winter attends the American Kennel Clubs annoucement of the Top Breeds of 2014 at a news conference February 26, 2015 in New York

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Male white and brown American Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog standing, showing distinctive blue eyes

Male white and brown American Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog standing, showing distinctive blue eyes

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Ww1 Friends and Foes

Ww1 Friends and Foes
British Bulldog German Dachshund neutral American Bull Terrier French Bulldog Russian Wolfhound Date: 1915

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Shirley Temple

Shirley Temple (1928 -2014), American child star of the 1930s and 1940s, seen here while filming The Blue Bird Date: 1940

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: WWI Poster, US Marines

WWI Poster, US Marines
Teufel Hunden (Devil Dogs), German nickname for US Marines, American recruiting poster, showing a bulldog chasing a dachshund. 1918

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Cuba, Matanzas Province, Playa Giron, Museo de Playa Giron, museum of the 1961 US-CIA

Cuba, Matanzas Province, Playa Giron, Museo de Playa Giron, museum of the 1961 US-CIA led Bay of Pigs Invasion, US-made M-41 Walker Bulldog tank

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: NYC: PENN STATION, 1942. Passengers waiting for their train at Penn Station in New York City

NYC: PENN STATION, 1942. Passengers waiting for their train at Penn Station in New York City. Photograph by Marjory Collins, 1942

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: Eremotherium approaches a pair of Arctodus grazing on trees

Eremotherium approaches a pair of Arctodus grazing on trees. Eremotherium was a giant ground sloth of North and South America that lived 800, 000 to 11, 000 years ago

Background imageAmerican Bulldog Collection: BULLDOG, c1905. An Old Sea Dog. Photograph, c1905

BULLDOG, c1905. An Old Sea Dog. Photograph, c1905



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American Bulldog Collection

The American Bulldog is a large, powerful breed of utility dog that originated in the United States, and is a muscular and athletic breed with a short coat that can come in many colors. The American Bulldog is known for its loyalty, courage, and intelligence, and are highly trainable and make great family pets as they are gentle with children and other animals. They require regular exercise to stay healthy and happy, so owners should be prepared to provide plenty of daily walks or playtime activities. American Bulldogs need firm but loving training from an early age to ensure they become well-mannered adults who obey commands reliably. With proper socialization, these dogs can make wonderful companions for active households looking for an intelligent, loyal friend.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The American Bulldog collection from Media Storehouse offers a variety of wall art options for those who love this breed. Our collection includes framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring stunning images of these utility dogs. The American Bulldog is known for its strength and loyalty, making it a popular choice among dog lovers. The artwork in our collection showcases the unique features of this breed including their muscular build and distinctive facial expressions. Each piece is carefully crafted to capture the essence of these beloved animals. Whether you are looking to decorate your home or office with beautiful artwork or searching for a gift for an American Bulldog enthusiast, our collection has something to offer. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials, each piece is sure to make a lasting impression.
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What are American Bulldog (Utility Dogs (Domestic) Mammals Animals) art prints?

American Bulldog art prints are high-quality reproductions of original artwork featuring this beloved breed of dog. These prints showcase the American Bulldog's distinctive physical characteristics, including their muscular build, wrinkled faces, and powerful jaws. They are created using a variety of mediums such as watercolor, oil paint or digital design. These prints can be used to decorate any space in your home or office and make great gifts for American Bulldog enthusiasts. They come in various sizes and formats such as canvas prints or framed posters. American Bulldogs have been domesticated mammals animals for centuries and have become popular pets due to their loyalty, intelligence, and protective nature. As utility dogs they were originally bred for farm work but now serve as companionship dogs too. Whether you're an American Bulldog owner or simply appreciate the beauty of these majestic creatures, there is sure to be an art print that captures your heart at Media Storehouse.
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What American Bulldog (Utility Dogs (Domestic) Mammals Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of American Bulldog art prints that capture the strength and beauty of this powerful breed. From stunning portraits to action shots, there is something for every American Bulldog lover. You can choose from black and white or color prints, as well as different sizes to fit your space perfectly. Some popular options include close-up headshots that showcase the dog's expressive features, playful images of Bulldogs at play with their owners or other dogs, and majestic poses that highlight their muscular build. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your living room or a gift for an American Bulldog enthusiast, we have many options to suit your needs. All prints are made using high-quality materials and printing techniques to ensure they look great in any setting. So if you want to celebrate this amazing breed with some beautiful artwork, check out our selection today.
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How do I buy American Bulldog (Utility Dogs (Domestic) Mammals Animals) art prints?

To buy American Bulldog art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of Utility Dogs (Domestic) Mammals Animals artwork. Once you have found the print that catches your eye, simply select the size and framing options that suit your needs. You can choose from a variety of high-quality paper types and finishes to ensure your print looks its best in any setting. We offer a secure checkout process where you can enter your payment details and shipping address. Your order will be processed promptly, and you will receive an email confirmation with all the necessary details. Whether you're looking for a stunning piece of wall art or a unique gift for an American Bulldog lover, we have something to suit every taste and budget. With their wide selection of prints available online, it's easy to find exactly what you're looking for without ever leaving home.
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How much do American Bulldog (Utility Dogs (Domestic) Mammals Animals) art prints cost?

American Bulldog art prints are available for purchase at Media Storehouse. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size, framing options and other factors. However, it is important to note that We offer a wide range of American Bulldog art prints to suit different budgets. These art prints feature high-quality images of American Bulldogs in various poses and settings. They are printed using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure that they capture every detail and color accurately. Whether you're looking for a small print or a large canvas, there's something for everyone at Media Storehouse. In addition to their affordability, these American Bulldog art prints also make great gifts for dog lovers or anyone who appreciates beautiful artwork. So if you're looking to add some canine charm to your home or office decor, be sure to check out the selection of American Bulldog art prints available at Media Storehouse today.
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How will my American Bulldog (Utility Dogs (Domestic) Mammals Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

We offer a variety of delivery options for your American Bulldog art prints. Our standard shipping method is through the postal service and will be delivered directly to your doorstep. We also offer express shipping for those who need their prints sooner or prefer a tracked delivery option. Your art prints will be carefully packaged in protective materials to ensure they arrive in pristine condition. We take great care in ensuring that all our products are shipped securely and safely. In addition, we provide international shipping options for customers outside of the United States. Shipping times may vary depending on your location, but rest assured that we strive to deliver your order as quickly as possible. We hope you enjoy your American Bulldog art prints and look forward to providing you with excellent customer service throughout the entire ordering process.