At the heart of Alsatian
culture lies the fact that Alsatian
is an oral dialect.
Many people in the UK still call these dogs Alsatians
which may partly be due to the fact that they when they were first bred in 1882, the Alsace region of France was part of Germany where these dogs were very popular and some soldiers brought them back with them after WW1.
Christine says the Alsatian
owners said he wasn't on a lead because they didn't have one.
On Sunday, a four-year-old was bitten by an Alsatian
in a park in Dumfries and Galloway, so maybe it's not such an irrational fear, after all.
Labradors, beagles, collies, pugs, Alsatians
, terriers, greyhounds Dogs, dogs, dogs.
Matthew Ellis, prosecuting, told the court that police received a call to the area of Longacre Drive in Bagillt, following reports of a large Alsatian
dog loose in the street which had injured two people.
Likewise, her chapter entitled "Alsatian
Women and the Great War, 1914-1918" includes such a lengthy discussion of Alsatian
politics that one begins to wonder where the women are.
Marc's white wine is giving the whole kitchen an Alsatian
She had an Alsatian
and also looked after another dog, a pit bull, which apparently belonged to her son.
examines the phenomenon of Alsatian
regionalism by considering what Alsatians
mean when they say "Alsace to the Alsatians
"; how they present and represent their own history, culture, and traditions; how political developments in Alsace and Europe affected this regionalism; and how the regionalism of the pre-1914 period influenced that of the interwar years.
They moved out when the factory closed in the 1960s, but high on the wall at the front of the building is a crest which features a large Alsatian
dog called Fearless, which also features on all Fentiman bottles.
Summary: A man who was savaged by two Alsatian
dogs has died, police have said.