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English White Terrier
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The breed was first seen in England during the 18th century where breeders were competing to create a prick-eared terrier that really had no distinction from the drop-eared terriers.

English White Terrier
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Alternative names
Old English Terrier
Old White English Terrier
Country of origin
Classification and breed standards
Not recognized by any major kennel club ...

English White Terrier
One thing that is widely known about this English breed is that it was the most preferred breed in the 18th century England. However, it was not until 1860 that the name that is used to refer to it today was first coined.

Bull Terriers were crossed with the old English Bulldog and English White Terrier (now extinct) in the early 19th century. James Hinks, from Birmingham in Great Britain, originally developed the breed between the 1830s and the 1860s.

The original Boston Terriers were a cross between the English Bulldog and now extinct English White Terrier. Around 1865, the coachmen employed by the wealthy people of Boston began to interbreed some of these fine dogs owned by their employers.

The Boston Terrier was developed in the United States and its ancestors were British Bulldogs and English White Terriers, but these breeds were considerably different from those we know today. AVERAGE LIFESPAN ...

The original breed was bred by crossing a white English White Terrier (now extinct) and an English Bulldog and they originally weighed up to 44 pounds.

The Boston was, in the 1800's, originally a cross between an English Bulldog and an English White Terrier. More crossbreedings were carried out and the Boston was further developed. This occurred around 1893.

It was developed in the 1800s, originating with a cross between an English White Terrier and a New English Bulldog. Other breeds, including the Staffordshire Terrier and the Spanish Pointer, were subsequently added to the mix.

" English white terriers and working bulldogs are the ancestors of today's bull terriers. The former breed no longer exists.

One story has it that coachmen of wealthy families developed the breed by crossing Bulldogs and the now extinct English White Terrier to create a new dog-fighting breed. Another account is that a Bostonian named Robert C.

It was developed by crossing the English White Terrier and English Bulldog. The breed originally weighed over 30 pounds. They were then bred with smaller females until they became the size that they are today.

Like all terriers of this type, Rat Terriers most likely developed from crosses among the extinct English White Terrier, Manchester Terriers, Smooth Fox Terriers, and Whippets.

An American breed, the Rat Terrier was created by immigrants using a mixture of crosses of old time Fox Terriers and other European Terriers common in the 19th century; the Old English White Terrier, Manchester Terrier, Bull Terrier, etc.

Most likely a cross between the now-extinct Old English White Terrier and a black-and-tan terrier, the Parson Russell was bred to hunt foxes across the English countryside.

James Hinks' elegant white dogs, produced by crossing the old Pit Bull Terrier with the English White Terrier (and some say Pointer and Dalmatian), were recognized by the Kennel Club (England) and the American Kennel Club at the turn of the century.

English White Terrier
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Native to England
First bred in Wales
Developed by Capt. John Edwards by crossing the Dandie Dinmont, West Highland terrier, and the now extinct, English white terrier.
Originally bred to hunt badger, otter and fox, working in packs with Otter Hounds ...

He was an experienced breeder - Hincks family from generation to generation was breeding and selling dogs. James Hinks crossed the Bull Terrier of a rough type with an English white terrier, which disappeared nowadays, ...

The modern day Manchester Terrier traces it's ancestry back to the old Black and Tan which along with the English White Terrier are the two original terrier breeds, from which most other terriers are descended from.

See also: See also: Bulldog, Bull Terrier, Staffordshire, Stafford, English Bulldog

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