Features a Bull Terrier and English Bulldog.
Most terrier breeds were developed in Great Britain and Ireland. They were used to control rats, rabbits, and foxes. The word "terrier" comes from the Middle French terre, derived from the Latin terra, meaning earth. Bull Terriers are popularly known as the 'Gladiator of the canine race'. The Bulldog was named because of the dog's use in the sport of bull baiting. Nowadays most have a friendly, patient nature.