People, places, animals, and everything change over time; nothing is everlasting. For example, things you saw a few years back are different from what they were. We collected some then and now pictures of popular dog breeds to clarify this for you. They show how that dog breeds change over time.

About 100 years ago, those dog breeds looked completely different compared to today. Their shape, height, and weight massively change. Some unique skills were nowhere to be seen. You can’t go past to see how your favorite breed looked in the past but don’t worry; we collected pictures of them and posted them in the below gallery. Could you scroll down to check them out?

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#1 Pug

Image source: Wikipedia Commons

Their legs were longer, and their face was not flat as they are now.

#2 Bull Terrier

Bull Terrier
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Bull Terrier has become shorter and more muscular now, and the shape of the skull was also changed.

#3 Old English Sheepdog

Old English Sheepdog
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It is only a little changed for this breed except for their fur.

#4 Basset Hound

Basset Hound
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They had shorter ears and longer legs than now.

#5 Dachshund

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Their legs become long, and their noses become long.

#6 Irish Setter

Irish Setter
Image source: Wikipedia commons

Now they have thick coats and thin bodies.

#7 Newfoundland

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Their weight gained than they were

#8 Scottish Terrier

Scottish Terrier
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Their coat becomes longer.

#9 German Shepherd

German Shepherd
Image source: Wikipedia commons

The body’s shape has become considerably larger, and the coat has become denser and elongated.

#10 Rottweiler

Image source: Wikipedia Commons

Now they have the freedom to have a long tail, and their coat is much coarser than before.

#11 West Highland White Terrier

West Highland White Terrier
Image source: dogsofallnations

They only changed the length of their fur.

#12 Airedale Terrier

Airedale Terrier
Image source: Wikipedia

Their face became slightly hairier.

#13 Dobermann

Image Source: Unknown

Their body shape has changed, and they have also become less violent.

#14 Shetland Sheepdog

Shetland Sheepdog
Image source: Unknown

Fur has become much more elongated than before, and they have doubled in size.

#15 Boxer

Image source: dogsofallnations

Their overall body has changed over the years.

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