Definition of Dandie dinmont terrier
1. Noun. A breed of small terrier with long wiry coat and drooping ears.
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Literary usage of Dandie dinmont terrier
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1. The Dogs of the British Islands: Being a Series of Articles on the Points of by John Henry Walsh (1878)
"... I have only been able to discover the whereabouts of a few which have any pretensions to the original mainland breed.—PRL" THE dandie dinmont terrier. ..."
2. British Dogs, Their Points, Selection, and Show Preparation by William D. Drury (1903)
"In the past the trimming and touching up of the dandie dinmont terrier have been ... The dandie dinmont terrier Club has now risen to the occasion by ..."
3. The Encyclopaedia of Sport by Henry Charles Howard Suffolk, Hedley Peek, Frederick George Aflalo (1897)
"The dandie dinmont terrier has peculiarities in conformation which are not to be seen ... There is no doubt that the Dandie Dinmont terrier owes much of its ..."
4. The Complete Dog Book by William A. Bruette (1922)
"THE dandie dinmont terrier Originating on the borders of Scotland, and made famous by Sir Walter Scott in his "Guy Manner- ing," the Dandie partakes in type ..."
5. The Angler's Note-book and Naturalists Record: A Repertory of Fact, Inquiry by Thomas Satchell (1888)
"... characteristics of a pure and perfect Dandie Dinmont terrier," and the pedigree of Dr. Grant's dogs ; with some account of a famous race of Border ..."