Illustrated study of the Irish Terrier breed standard.

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Irish Terrier Club of America , [Norton, Mass.?]
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ContributionsIrish Terrier Club of America.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSF429.I8 I45 2002
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16288868M
LC Control Number2007533227

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Illustrated study of the Irish Terrier breed standard. [Irish Terrier Club of America.;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Irish Terrier Club of America.

OCLC Number: Notes. Page 1 of 3 Official Standard of the Irish Terrier Head: Long, but in nice proportion to the rest of the body; the skull flat, rather narrow between the ears, and narrowing slightly toward the eyes; free from wrinkle, with the stop hardly noticeable except in Size: KB.

the text is a pretty generic "dogs for dummies" type of book. Having recently bought my first Irish Terrier -- not to mention my first terrier -- I would have liked more specifics about the breed itself, how to groom it, how its personality impacts training, etc/5(5).

He is ever on guard, and stands between his home and all that threatens. This concludes the official standard of the Irish Terrier. The “Visualization of Standard” was first published in The Irish Terrier Club of America Handbook Centennial Edition.

Lebhaft, pfiffig, drahtig – der fröhliche Terrier mit dem roten Haar besticht durch sein unkompliziertes, kinderfreundliches Wesen und seinen sportlichen Unternehmungsgeist. Er eignet sich bestens als Familienhund, Jagdbegleiter und 4/5(1). As a result, the origin of the breed has been subject to conjecture.

In Vero Shaw’s The Illustrated Book of the Dog () George R. Krehl, an early advocate of the breed, stated “the Irish Terrier is a true and distinct breed to Ireland and no man can trace its origin which is lost in antiquity.”. Irish Terrier information including personality, history, grooming, pictures, videos, and the AKC breed standard.

The Irish Terrier, “Daredevil” of the Emerald Isle, is a bold, dashing, and Temperament: Bold, Dashing, Tenderhearted. Breed Information Centre Irish Terrier.

Show All. A Breed Standard is the guideline which describes the ideal characteristics, temperament and appearance including the correct colour of a breed and ensures that the breed Illustrated study of the Irish Terrier breed standard.

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book fit for function. Absolute soundness is essential. Breeders and judges should at all times be careful to avoid obvious. AKC Group Standards Download AKC approved breed standards by complete group for use on any portable electronic device.

Sporting Hound Working Terrier Toy Non-Sporting Herding Misc. Judges Study Author: Paulina Miller. Very little is written in the Bull Terrier Standard about faults, and fault-judging has no place except when deciding between two animals of equal virtue, or when the fault is to a degree which severely mars the health, function or appearance of the dog.

We have illustrated these essential virtues in this book, which some commonly seen deviations. Most agree the breed can be traced back years.

Many fanciers feel the Soft Coated Wheaten predates and is the progenitor of its closest kin, the Kerry Blue and the Irish, in spite of the fact that the latter was shown for some 80 years prior to the Wheatenʼs acceptance by the Irish Kennel Size: 5MB.

The first breed club was set up in Dublin on March 31st and the Irish Terrier was the first member of the terrier group to be recognised by the English Kennel Club in the late 19th century as a native Irish Breed.

4 History of the UK Standard The Standard was drawn up inat a meeting in the North British Hotel, Edinburgh.

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The earliest version that we know of is the one printed in the Cairn Terrier Club YearFile Size: 3MB. Irish Terrier books and training information: Below you will find many books specific to the Irish Terrier.

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Group 3: Terrier (31) Breed Effective Date Page Disqualifications for the Terrier Group 3 Airedale Terriers J 5 American Hairless Terriers January 1, 7 American Staffordshire Terriers J 10 Australian Terriers August 9, 11 Bedlington Terriers Septem 13 Border Terriers J 15 Bull Terriers July 9, 17File Size: 1MB.

difference in build, as well as color, between and Irish Terrier. development of the Illustrated Study of the Irish Terrier Breed.

and a Wire-haired Fox Terrier. A health study conducted by the Irish Terrier Club of America showed a higher incidence of hypothyroidism and cataracts than would be expected. However there were not enough Irish eye-checked to draw any conclusions.

If you wish to read some books on and about Irish Terriers please visit Lucy Jackson Books. The members of the Irish Terrier Club of America certainly think so, and so will you now that you own one.

Breed Characteristics The Irish Terrier is a breed with distinctive appearance and personality. They are long legged and long backed, the Breed Standard stating the ideal size of 18 inches at the shoulder (about knee high) and weighing 27 File Size: 3MB.

Irish Terrier Origin The Irish Terrier has the distinction of being the only all-red terrier. Originating in Ireland as its name suggests, the breed was used as a ratter and guard dog as well as a soft-mouthed retriever of game and was once known as the Irish Sporting Terrier.

During World War I, Irish Terriers worked as messengers and sentinels displaying their courage, spirit, intelligence and faithfulness. The Irish Terrier was first registered in Canada in the years Known as the “dare-devil” of the dog world, the Irish Terrier is an active breed always appearing self-assured, intelligent and fearless.

Received the Southern Irish Terrier Club’s Journal yesterday and was dismayed to see an article repeating misinformation that Red Lakelands come from Irish Terriers. It’s actually a completely different gene in the two breeds with a different inheritance pattern; this should be obvious from the recorded history: In the early days many Black and Tan.

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Irish Terrier book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Irish Terrier book Quite simply the best British book on Irish Terriers. If you don't own one before reading it, you'll want one after.

The passion of the author for the breed shines through on every page. flag Like see review. Johanna rated it really liked it /5.

TERRIERS OF THE BRITISH ISLES By Darley Matheson A VINTAGE DOG BOOKS CLASSIC REPRINT Originally published in as "Terriers," this scarce early work on British terrier breeds is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. VINTAGE DOG BOOKS have now republished it, using the original text and photographs, as part of their CLASSIC BREED BOOKS series.

The book's. Product Information. TERRIERS OF THE BRITISH ISLES By Darley Matheson A VINTAGE DOG BOOKS CLASSIC REPRINT Originally published in as "Terriers," this scarce early work on British terrier breeds is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition.

Irish Terriers are one of the oldest of the Terrier breeds; some say they have been in Ireland for at least 2, years. Or in the words of Mr. Ridgway of Waterford (one of the breed’s early proponents) they have been in Ireland “as long as that country has been an island.”.

as red, Irish Terriers, but by the 20th Century, the breed was only red in color. The Irish Terrier was the first breed to be recognized by the English Kennel Club as a native Irish breed. During the First World War, they were used as messenger dogs during trench warfare, proving their intelligence and.

The origin of the Irish Terrier, as the name suggests, lies in Ireland. However, the exact origin of the breed is unknown. It is believed to be one of the oldest terrier breeds.

It is thought to have descended from the terrier breeds of Britain and Ireland. Earliest historical accounts of this breed date back to early part of the 18th century. irish terrier breed standard By Kind Permission of The Kennel Club (Last updated October ) A Breed Standard is the guideline which describes the ideal characteristics, temperament and appearance including the correct colour of a breed and ensures that the breed is fit for function.

The illustrated standard, sometimes referred to as the illustrated breed standard, demonstrates structure, movement, and important points of breed type which enable a dog to adhere to the principle of form follows function as correct for that breed of rated standards are used by AKC, UKC, CKC, FCI, and parent dog breed clubs around the world to create a visualization of the breed.

The Irish Terrier loves to jump, dig, chase, and in many cases bark, so if you are looking for a quiet, calm dog then this is probably not the breed for you. He loves playing games of fetch. The Irish Terrier is a very territorial dog, and can be very wary with strangers.The book consists of one hundred and sixty eight pages containing eight Detailed chapters, and is well illustrated with vintage black and white photographs and pedigree charts: "Diehard" and "Daredevil".

The Scottish Terrier. History and Origins. The Irish Terrier. History and Origins. The Useful Terrier. Terriers in Health. Terriers When : $- "Miss Perfection" The illustrated story of an Airedale Terrier. de Vic Beamish, DESCRIPTION: This fabulously readable story, written in first person by Miss Perfection, the Airedale terrier, in her educated, upper crust fashion will delight dog lovers everywhere.

NUMBER of PAGES: NUMBER of ILLUSTRATIONS: 28 B&W.