Dandie Dinmont

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a breed of small terrier with long wiry coat and drooping ears

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The Dandie Dinmonts go on parade at Sir Walter Scott's home |
The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is so rare that it is officially recognised by The Kennel Club as being a Vulnerable Native Breed, and the January 29 seminar will address its survival.
Enthusiasts for the Dandie Dinmont terrier from across the UK gathered at Baginton village hall to try to work out how to avoid the breed's extinction.
Caledonian Dandie Dinmont Club Championship Show, Kelso Tait Hall, 11am ?
Closing the gap this year, a couple of breeds that had been on the decline over the past decade have risen up the ranks over the past year - Bedlington Terriers(from 140 to 134), Border Terriers(from 83 to 80), and Dandie Dinmont Terriers(from 164 to 160).
It is thought they were produced from a mixture of Dandie Dinmont, the now-extinct English white terrier, the fox terrier, the West Highland and the corgi, the Queen's favourite breed.
Enjoying the Dandie Dinmont event were (from left) Robert Dixon, aged 12, with Rosie, show organiser Paul Keevil with Emily and Scarlet and Margaret Russell with puppy Dougie.
The Bedlington was not produced by crossing the whippet with the dandie dinmont.
She has bred Dandie Dinmont Terriers for over 10 years and has now produced three litters with Optimal Selection.
Triplets Hattie, Hamish and Haggis are Dandie Dinmont terriers, a breed the Kennel Club say is dying out.
He achieved this by crossing Basset hounds, bull terriers, the fox terrier, the West Highland white terrier, and the Dandie Dinmont terrier.
Dress rehearsal for bloodhound Trooper before Crufts 2005 at the National Exhibition Centre Dandie Dinmont terriers Buttercup, Thistle, Gershwin and Forget Me Not Picture, ADAM FRADGLEY