The patriotic dog is a type of dog, which was first popularized by British scientist Alfred Wegener in the late 19th century.
It has since become an American favorite.
The basic patriotic dog, or patriotic dog costume, consists of a jacket, pants, boots, and a scarf, and is worn with a collar.
The collar is a red and white bow tie, and the sleeves are long.
These costumes are worn by a number of different breeds.
The most common is the German Shepherd, which is named for its red and black color.
Another popular style is the American Staffordshire Terrier, a collie-type dog.
The most famous patriotic dog of all time is the British Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
The breed has become such a popular pet in the U.S. that the government has made it a national breed, along with the Border Collie, a dog of mixed ancestry.
A popular style of patriotic dog can be found in the American Indian and Alaska Native tribes.
The American Indian tribe of the Oglala Sioux, for example, has adopted a patriotic style.
The American Indian dog breeds are considered to be a hybrid of American Bulldog and Bulldog.
These dogs are mostly white and brown, with dark streaks on their ears and tails.
The Indian dog also has long, narrow noses, pointed ears, and long tails.
They are known as the “buffalo” breed, and they have a reputation for being fierce and intimidating.
The Oglalas believe they are the most dangerous of the two, because they do not have the patience or ability to be taught proper manners.
They can also be aggressive, and will attack humans.
Some of the most popular dog breeds in the United States are the British Bulldog, German Shepherd Dog, and American Pit Bull Terriers.
There are also other breeds of American Pit Bulls.