(back cover) Information and advice to help you take good care of your Silky Terrier The typical Silky Terrier: its origins, anatomy, physical traits, temperament, and more Expert advice: feeding, health care, training, exercise, grooming, and more Understanding your Silky Terrier: its voice, its body language, and their meaning Step-by-step directions for everyday care Informative and attractive checklists and sidebars Filled with handsome full-color photos (picture caption) The small, playful Silky Terrier was derived mainly from the Australian Terrier crossed with the Yorkshire.The one noticeable difference is the topknot, or hair over the forehead between the ears. ln the Silky Terrier this is more profuse, while in the Australian ... The topknot of the Yorkshire Terrier is very long and elaborate, and is often pulled up and secured with a bow to accentuate the pretty face. ... The blue body coat in the adult Australian Terrier can range in intensity from a dark, steel blue to a silver blue.
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