Your own link shows he did more than just nothing
The poor dog is long gone and not here to defend himself
Actually it’s not about whether he did anything. What he did was not war dog material, he was not a war dog, not trained for anything, and was never genuinely awarded anything. He was a pretty typical dog smuggled and kept in the trenches against rules. He did some nice things but not much more than other dogs would do, and many were smuggled likewise. I’m sure he’s the only one to get publicity for it. Bottom line, the truth is the truth, despite the mirage paraded falsely so much it’s been taken for truth. Repeat it enough....
Just saving his men from a gas attack was plenty.
I don’t see any “Boston Terrier” there.
Muzzle’s too long and he’s too tall.
Except for his color, he looks very much like my long gone “light” version AmStaff, Rowan.
Godsakes, people will strain gnats for no good reason at all.
I see that Stubby’s “history” is being rewritten to vanish his “pit bull” origins.
God forbid one be a hero, these days.
Various and sundry Pits and Bostons, some of that general era to show the 'styles' of the breeds back then and other images comparing the head shapes of the two breeds.
A Boston with Stubby below
Head shape is dramatically different.Jaw is totally different.
And then, a brown and white Boston, since Stubby was brown and white.
Look at this face. Seriously?
Typical Pit of the era who happens to look much like a Stubby-esque modern Pit
Pits come in many variations.
Stubby was at least a Pit mix but I do not buy the Boston angle.
I would be more inclined to think he had a bit of Bulldog in him.
Not that this nit-picking crap actually matters as the dog ~was~ a war hero.