West Highland White Terriers
|SIZE:||235 x 165 mm|
|INSIDE:||75 black & white photographs, 12 line drawings|
West Highland White Terriers have long been bred for their intelligence, hardiness, pluck and their distinctive white coats. This book is a comprehensive guide to the breed, giving the history of its development and providing every owner with advice on training, care and management. Both the UK and American Breed Standards are reproduced in full, and there is information on breeding, showing and judging, plus a section dealing with diseases and ailments. Also includes is a show history of the breed, and details of famous kennels and their champions, past and present, along with some of the more important pedigrees.
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