By Walter Esplin Mason
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While James Bowen discovered an injured, ginger highway cat curled up within the hallway of his sheltered lodging, he had no proposal simply how a lot his existence was once approximately to alter. James was once residing hand to mouth at the streets of London and the very last thing he wanted was once a puppy. but James could not withstand supporting the strikingly clever feline, whom he speedy christened Bob.
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Chest large and very deep. Body massive, of good length, any weakness or lightness of loin being a bad fault. Forelegs are short and very powerful. Stern of moderate length and carried gaily. The coat is profuse, thick and harsh to the touch, with a dense undercoat, and may be wavy. :  ROUGH-COATED BASSET OF BRITTANY Color Tawny-red with white markings. Height: 12 in. : Weight: 56 Ibs. This is a coarse looking dog with long body and short, heavy neck. The head is long with high domed skull.
This breed is undoubtedly of great antiquity and was freely bred and used hundreds of years ago in Ireland for the hunting of wolves. When wolves became extinct the breeding of Irish Wolfhounds came to its lowest ebb, but during the last twenty years great strides have been made to resuscitate, and it is now one of the most popular of the large varieties on the show bench. 7  IRISH Color TERRIER Whole colored bright red, red, wheaten A little or yellow red. : white is chest and permissible on feet, but is not desirable.
Ears large, pendulous, falling below the neck and set on low. Chest deep but not -broad. Back strong, moderate in length and muscular. The stern is long and evenly furnished with hair, thick at the root and carried curved upwards. The coat is hard, close and smooth. : :  IRISH SETTER In the leading essentials, this dog is similar to its English brother, the main difference between the two is that the head of the Irish dog is not quite so long in proportion and the occipital bone not so well developed.
Dogs of all nations by Walter Esplin Mason