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Black and Tan Terrier

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Black and Tan Terrier
Country of origin
Britain
Classification and breed standards
Not recognized by any major kennel club
This breed of dog is extinct

The English Black and Tan Terrier is a now-extinct terrier dog breed. It is believed to have existed in the British Isles through the 18th Century and may have been more of a type than an actual breed. There were probably rough and smooth-coated varieties. The Black and Tan Terrier is believed to be among the progenitors of the fox terriers.


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