Welsh terrier

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Welsh terrier wire-haired terrier resembling Airedales but smaller; developed in Wales for hunting
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Usage


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It is generally accepted that the Lancashire Heeler , which originated in Great Britain, is descended from a cross between the Welsh Corgi and a small black and tan terrier type dog.
It is generally accepted that the Lancashire Heeler, which originated in Great Britain, is descended from a cross between the Welsh Corgi and a small black and tan terrier type dog.
Paul Loudenslager of North Wales takes advantage of the warm weather by playing ball with his Welsh Terrier Curtis, 2, at Spring Valley Park in Montgomery Township Tuesday evening.
Terrier Group: Welsh Terrier .
The Welsh Terrier is a zippy, compact companion, always looking for action and entertainment.
The " Welsh Terrier expression" comes from the set, color, and position of the eyes combined with the use of the ears.
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