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Birstall-based Fantastic Media stepped up to design a new visual identity for the Terriers on their return to top flight football for the first time in 45 years.
Ajit Isaac, Chairman and CEO of Quess Corp said, I see our partnership with Terrier as a strategic fit as it provides us a foothold into the manned guarding and security solution space thereby expanding the bouquet of services we can offer our clients.
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The other dog involved was a black Lakeland Terrier.
Terrier finds that non-marine insurance specialists often focus only on the price, not necessarily the nuances of the policies.
Terriers, the name one of two rival gangs who battle fatally, and futilely, for supremacy on the mean streets of Liverpool, manages to tread a careful, even humorous, line between being educational and preachy.
They work with Russian Kennels in Moscow to ensure that the pups are the genetically best Black Russian Terriers in the world.
Police said "a tall man in a dark coat and woolly hat" whistled for the terrier and walked off the beach.
Cancer occurred less frequently in small breeds, with the exception of the Boston Terrier and Cairn Terrier (30 and 32 percent respectively of deaths in those breeds were from cancer).
The lady was crying and the Yorkshire terrier was covered in blood.
And the terrier stopped dead about three yards away from it.
The word terrier comes from a medieval French phrase chen terrer (or chien terrier ), literally, "earth dog.
However, all dogs can be aggressive as my son was bitten quite badly on his leg by a Jack Russell terrier - so should all Jack Russells be banned?
A STAFFORDSHIRE bull terrier has mothered a whopping 14-puppy litter.