…roaring mares and polled calves and longwoods and storesheep and Cuffe’s prime springers and culls and sowpigs and baconhogs and the various different varieties of highly distinguished swine and Angus heifers and polly bulllocks of immaculate pedigree together with prime premiated milchcows and beeves: and there is ever heard a trampling, cackling, roaring, lowing, bleating, bellowing, rumbling, grunting, champing, chewing, of sheep and pigs and heavyhooved kine from pasturelands of…
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Do you know the dog’s pedigree?
Unless you are an expert in the breed you are looking to buy, it’s unlikely that you, or any novice buyer, will be able to determine for yourself the quality of any untitled dogs in a pedigree.