Glen of Imaal terrier


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Glen of Imaal terrier

a small active dog with short legs, broad head, folded ears, and a harsh, medium-length blue or wheaten coat.
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Terriers breeds (291): Airedale Terriers 9, American Staffordshire Terriers 6, Australian Terriers 10, Bedlington Terriers 12, Border Terriers 13, Bull Terriers (Colored) 4, Bull Terriers (White) 3, Cairn Terriers 13, Cesky Terriers 9, Dandie Dinmont Terriers 2, Fox Terriers (Smooth) 16, Fox Terriers (Wire) 8, Glen of Imaal Terriers 3, Irish Terriers 7, Kerry Blue Terriers 12, Lakeland Terriers 8, Manchester Terriers (Standard) 9, Miniature Bull Terriers 8, Miniature Schnauzers 18, Norfolk Terriers 9, Norwich Terriers 19, Parson Russell Terriers 11, Russell Terriers 15, Scottish Terriers 12, Sealyham Terriers 5, Skye Terriers 7, Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers 15, Staffordshire Bull Terriers 7, Welsh Terriers 5, West Highland White Terriers 16.
DOG-lovers were celebrating yesterday after five Glen Of Imaal terriers - which are rarer than the giant panda - were born.
The Glen of Imaal terriers, which originated in Ireland, are now so rare there are fewer of them in the world than giant pandas.
Glen of Imaal terriers are now rarer than giant pandas and experts fear they could be extinct within 10 years.
Meet over 160 AKC dog breeds, including newly-recognized American Kennel Club (AKC) breeds such as Black Russian Terriers, Glen of Imaal Terriers, German Pinschers and Neapolitan Mastiffs.