Welsh terrier


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Welsh terrier

a small (20 lb) dog with a wiry, black and tan coat that is shorter on the body and longer on the legs and muzzle. The ears are folded over, and the medium length tail is carried upright.
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Around 30 members of the Welsh Terrier Owners" Society and their dogs celebrated the occasion in Dolwyddelan.
The four-year old Welsh terrier was inside David's Volvo estate when thieves stole it from outside his church in Gornal, West Midlands.
A two-year-old Welsh Terrier from the Midlands was named best in show at Crufts last night - keeping success in his owner's family.
I had a Welsh terrier before Hattie for about 10 years and I took her everywhere but if I took her into the pub she'd just sit under the table.
I only hope she realises that even a Welsh terrier is taken out more often than that.
She is 42 and lives in Crickhowell, Powy* I adore my Welsh terrier Blodwyn, who with her very curly tail would chase torch beams all day if given half the chance.
The gallant little Welsh terrier broke the heart of Puerto Rican Daniel Jiminez to plunder the WBO world bantamweight title on a unanimous points decision.
Mine was a novel begging not to be written" Pop star Sophie Ellis-Bextor "I do have a sunnier temperament than Jeremy Paxman and I am not a Welsh terrier like John Humphrys.
Was his Welsh terrier persona, with its dogged persistence and toughness fully-formed by this stage?
But each time Americans see Obama's daughters frolicking with Bo, the Portuguese water dog (the decision not to imitate JFK and buy a Welsh terrier should not be taken as a snub), they will remember that their president is a man who keeps his promises and their hearts will throb with hope.