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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There are about 1,600 giant pandas in the world and fewer than 1,000 Glen of Imaal terriers.
The Glen of Imaal terriers, which originated in Ireland, are now so rare there are fewer of them in the world than giant pandas.
It discusses Airedale terriers, American pit bull terriers, Australian terriers, Bedlington terriers, border terriers, bull terriers, cairn terriers, Dandie Dinmont terriers, fell terriers, fox terriers, (smooth or wiry), Glen of Imaal terriers Irish terriers, Jack Russell terriers, Kerry blue terriers, Lakeland terriers, Norfolk terriers, Norwich terriers, Scottish terriers (so well described by Wodehouse as looking like Presbyterians), Sealyham terriers, slky terriers, Skye terriers, Tibetan terriers, Welsh terriers, Yorkshire terriers.