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- Anatolian Shepherd Dog : A livestock guardian dog breed originating from central Turkey.
- Australian Silky Terrier : A toy terrier of a breed developed from a cross between the Australian terrier and the Yorkshire terrier, characterized by long, silky, bluish-gray hair, tan markings, and erect ears.
- Australia : Continent in the Southern Hemisphere and the federal parliamentary nation that occupies it.
- Breed standard : Set of guidelines which is used to ensure that the animals produced by a breeder or breeding facility conform to the specifics of the breed.
- Breed-specific legislation : a law, ordinance or policy which pertains to a specifically named animal breed or breeds, but does not affect any others.
- Coat (animal) : The pelage of a show animal or a garment design to protect an animal from harsh weather.
- Dog breeding : The vocation of mating carefully selected specimens of the same dog breed in order to reproduce specific, consistently replicable qualities and characteristics.
- Dog breed : A selectively-bred dog group with dependably similar and predictable characteristics.
- Dog group : An official category under the auspices of a kennel club, a group comprises many individual dog breeds.
- Dog show : Competition or display of domestic dogs.
- Dog : Domesticated canine often kept as a pet or as a working animal and known as 'man's best friend'.
- Fox Terrier : Small to medium-sized hunting terrier developed to rout fox and vermin.
- German Shepherd Dog : Breed of large dog developed in Germany, having a dense grayish to brownish or black coat and often trained to assist the police and guide the blind.
- Jack Russell Terrier : Small, tenacious and resourceful terrier originally developed as a hunting dog.
- Jack Russell : (21 December 1795 – 28 April 1883) British hunter as well as an ordained minister, known as 'The Sporting Parson', notable as the breeder of the line of fox hunting terriers that would eventually come to be known as Jack Russells.
- John Emms : (1844 - 1912) English artist who became famous for equine and canine paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy.
- Kennel club : Society dedicated to the welfare of purebred dogs that sponsor trials and shows, and keep purebred registries.
- Landrace : A grouping of animals or plants with similar characteristics not yet formalised into a consistently replicable breed or cultivated variety.
- Luxating patella : A condition commonly called trick knee, in which the patella (kneecap) moves out of its normal position in the centre of the kneecap.
- Maltese (dog) : Breed of canine in the toy group, known for its silky white hair, descended from dogs originating in the central Mediterranean area.
- Miniature Fox Terrier : A small Australian vermin-routing terrier, developed from 19th Century Fox Terriers and Fox Terrier types.
- Mixed-breed dog : Dog that has characteristics of two or more types of breeds, or is a descendant of feral or pariah dog populations.
- Moose (dog actor) : Iconic Jack Russell Terrier (1990 - 2006) best known for portraying "Eddie" on the television series Frasier.
- Phalène : A small and elegant but strong toy dog breed dating from at least the 16th Century; the original version of the Papillon.
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