TITLE

CHAPTER XXX: THE BLACK AND TAN TERRIER

AUTHOR(S)
Leighton, Robert
PUB. DATE
January 1910
SOURCE
Dogs & All About Them;1/1/1910, p108
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter XXX of the book "Dogs and All About Them" is presented. It explores the recorded accomplishments of Black and Tan Terriers or Manchester dog in the nineteenth century. It notes that the breed was not a popular dog among fanciers. It also presents the characteristics of the Black and Tan Terrier.
ACCESSION #
34341661

 

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