Historical Dog Information

Dog World 1916 From the Archives of Dog World: Enjoy this all-access pass to dog history from the pages of the most revered dog magazines.


"The DOG WORLD, an illustrated monthly journal devoted to the interest of the Dog, Dog Breeders and Dog Fanciers, will make its first appearance in January 1916. It will be an accurate recorder and interpreter of all the events that make Dog history, treating the news of the day in an authoritative manner and presenting articles pertinent to canine subjects. We appreciate the fact that to be successful in this venture, we must have the co-operation of all those interested in Dogs.”

Planned Breeding: Planned Breeding by Lloyd C. Brackett is a series of articles about purebred dog breeding that was originally published in Dog World magazine between July 1960 and May 1961. Read the articles>> 

A Review of Cocker Spaniels Bred at the Blackstone Kennels in Chicago

Check out this in-person account of the Cocker Spaniel dog breed show dogs in 1916.

The Chicago Dog Show of 1916

Check out this review of Chicago kennel Club’s last big dog show in 1916.

Grooming and Care for the Yorkshire Terrier in 1916

Yorkshire Terrier dog breed, grooming, food and care information has changed a lot in almost 100 years.

1916 Westminster Dog Show Preview

What dog breeds can you expect to see at the 1916 Westminster Dog Show?

40th Annual Exhibit of Westminster Kennel Club Smashes All Attendance Marks

Society was well represented and many noted dog owners, breeders and enthusiasts were seen in and about the show rings.


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