ShowSight Presents The Manchester Terrier

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side, neither thrown in nor out. When moving at a trot, the legs tend to converge towards the center of gravity line beneath the dog. Temperament: The Manchester Terrier is neither aggressive nor shy. He is keenly observant, devoted, but discerning. Not being a sparring breed, the Manchester is generally friendly with other dogs. Excessive shyness or aggressiveness should be considered a serious fault. Disqualifications: Standard variety - Weight over 22 pounds. Toy variety - Cropped or cut ears. Both varieties - White on any part of the coat whenever the white shall form a patch or stripe measuring as much as one half inch at its longest dimension. Any color other than black and tan.

Approved June 10, 1991 Effective July 31, 1991

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