hmmm... Does anyone know? I was channel surfing and I saw a dog show and it was in the terrier group. But, I tuned in a little late so I didn't get the name of the terrier. Oh, and an interesting fact was that Alfred Hitchcock had one. I'm searching on the internet but I can't seem to find it?
I consider myself very good at recognizing dog breeds, but I'm not sure what breed this dog is... Is this the one you were talking about, though?
http://www.owensarchive.com/classic-hol … _8181.html
Almost certainly a black & white one - he wasn't into technicolor . . .
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On a pet forum that I frequent, someone said that it might be a Sealyham Terrier, which I then Googled, and it looks pretty right to me...
Hitchcock owned three Sealyham terriers:
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