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Australian Silky Terrier - Breed Standard - Silky Terriers' and Yorkshire Terrier's

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THE AUSTRALIAN SILKY TERRIER "HISTORY"
"The Only Australian   Toy Dog"
(ARTICLE RESEARCHED BY HELMUT DRESSLER AND BRETT WALTHER FOR THE )


                     AUSTRALIAN SILKY TERRIER Web CLUB OF QUEENSLAND.



Key Benefits of the Breed:

Benefit (1) The Australian Silky Terrier is courageous, robust, elegant, and graceful and according to his name he has a shiny blue and tan, or gray blue and tan coat, which dos not shed. The Silky is more suitable to the Australian climate and is much easier to handle generally.  
Benefit (2) The Only Australian Toy Dog -The Silky Terrier is protective of its own territory, making it a good little watchdog,  
Benefit (3) Life expectancy is approx. 14 years.
Benefit (4) Bring your home to life. Looking for something special for your home? Instant gorgeous love! If you don't have a dog get one.  
Benefit (5) The Silky Terrier has very fine hair. It is similar to human hair and does not shed like other breeds.                                                          
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Australia Silky Terrier Breed Standard    

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This is part of Austrailan Silky Terrier History



Notice to Members of the Dog World Fraternity.
 As from 1st January 1988, the Australian Silky Terrier Club of Queensland
has been granted its Affiliation and the above has been approved by the
Members of the Club as it's Official Logo.
Membership to the Club can be made by contacting the Secretary.
Mrs. Lorna Hinsch, Suart Street, Goodna, 4300. Phone: (07) xxxxxxx.

                 ORIGINAL RE-PRODUCED  AND SUPPLIED BY Helmut Dressler

From January 1, 1988 Queensland will join, at last, with the southern states in
having an Affiliated Breed Club  "The Australian Silky Terrier Club of Queensland"-
A dream, a wish, a reality for all those devoted to the improvement and betterment
of the Australian Silky Terrier in Queensland. But all this is History - Thank you

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We enjoy our Silky & Yorkshire Terriers ;as they will add spice to anyone.s life.

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