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Reading around the history of the breed shows that there is little doubt that the Welsh Terrier is indigenous to Wales. An old Welsh poem written about 1450 describes the hardy little terrier with some accuracy as " . . . a good bitch, a black red-bellied terrier bitch, to throttle the brown pole-cat,” Dating back to 1737, residents of Carnarvonshire took pride in the purity of the breed for the purpose of hunting. Continue Reading

Welsh Terriers: Males
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