Brown mongrel/terrier male dog of about 6kg used in a vivisection in December 1902 and again, twice, on 2 February 1903 at University College, immediately after which he was killed. For more information about the Brown Dog affair see the page for the original statue.
Animal To 2/2/1903
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Brown Dog statue
See our page for the original statue for a description of the Brown Dog affai...
Brown Dog statue - original - lost
The structure is a reasonably standard late Victorian drinking fountain, in g...
British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection / Cruelty Free International
Founded in Bristol by Frances Power Cobbe, who had earlier founded the NAVS. 2012 it joined another organisation and rebranded as Cruelty Free International. For completeness we should mention the...
Imperial Camel Corps
Formed in 1916. At its height there were 4,150 men and 4,800 camels. 3 of the 4 battalions were disbanded in mid-1918. The 2nd Battalion was disbanded in May 1919.
Group, Animals, Armed Forces, Australia, Egypt, India, Israel/Palestine, New Zealand
Dog show promoter. Worked as a travelling salesman for Spratt's. His first dog show was run in 1878 at the request of the French breeders at the Paris Exhibition. There followed some more on beh...
People's Dispensary for Sick Animals
Known as the PDSA, it was founded by Maria Dickin to provide free care for sick and injured animals of the poor. It operates throughout Great Britain in animal hospitals and practices, and is suppo...
Mick the Miller
Greyhound. Born in Killeigh, Ireland. In a career of only three years, he won 61 races, (nineteen of them in a row), including two English Greyhound Derbys. His winning streak ended after suffering...