Paisley Terrier: Describing the Paisley Terrier in 1894, Rawdon Lee wrote that "though he can kill rats, and maybe other vermin, the Paisley Terrier is essentially a pet dog, and is usually kept as such." The breed was primarily a pet, and it was also a popular showdog. The Paisley Terrier was the progenitor of today's Yorkshire Terrier.

Paisley Terrier: Describing the Paisley Terrier in 1894, Rawdon Lee wrote that "though he can kill rats, and maybe other vermin, the Paisley Terrier is essentially a pet dog, and is usually kept as such." The breed was primarily a pet, and it was also a popular showdog. The Paisley Terrier was the progenitor of today's Yorkshire Terrier.

I'm clean mommy!......OMG.....LOOK AT THAT FACE........DON'T YOU JUST WANNA HUG THIS PUPPY TO DEATH..

I'm clean mommy!......OMG.....LOOK AT THAT FACE........DON'T YOU JUST WANNA HUG THIS PUPPY TO DEATH..

The appearance of the Paisley terrier was similar to the Skye Terrier, but was shorter backed and weighed around 7 kg (16 lbs), about half the weight of today's Skye Terrier.[1] The breed had a flowing "silvery, soft jacket" (coat) of blue and tan, and was shown along with the hard-coated Skye Terriers.[2] They were further described as having a great profusion of silky fur with very profuse ear feathering (long hair on the ears.) To differentiate it from the Skye, it was nicknamed the Silky

The appearance of the Paisley terrier was similar to the Skye Terrier, but was shorter backed and weighed around 7 kg (16 lbs), about half the weight of today's Skye Terrier.[1] The breed had a flowing "silvery, soft jacket" (coat) of blue and tan, and was shown along with the hard-coated Skye Terriers.[2] They were further described as having a great profusion of silky fur with very profuse ear feathering (long hair on the ears.) To differentiate it from the Skye, it was nicknamed the Silky

Paisley Terrier. Extinct. Ancestor to Yorkshire Terrier and similar to the Skye Terrier.

10 Beautiful Dog Breeds That Are Now Extinct

Paisley Terrier. Extinct. Ancestor to Yorkshire Terrier and similar to the Skye Terrier.

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