Long coated, coat hanging quite straight and evenly down each side, a parting extending
from nose to end of tail. Very compact and neat, carriage very upright conveying an
important air. General outline conveying impression of vigorous and well-proportioned
Alert, inteligent toy terrier.
Spirited with even disposition.
Head and skull:
Rather small and flat, not too prominent or round in skull, nor too long in muzzle.
Perfect, regular and complete scissor bite, the upper teeth closely overlapping lower
teeth and set square to the jaws. Teeth well placed with even jaws.
Scissor bite Level bite Prognate bite
Medium, dark, sparkling, with sharp intelligent expression and placed to look directly
forward. Not prominent. Edge of eyelids dark.
Small, V-shaped, carried erect, not too far apart, covered with short hair, colour very
deep, rich tan.
Compact, with moderate spring of rib. Good loin. Level back.
Customarily docked to medium length with plenty of hair, darker blue in colour than
rest of body, especially at the end of tail. Carried a little higher than level of back.
Well laid shoulders, legs straight, well covered with hair of rich golden tan a few shades lighter
at ends than at roots, not extending higher on forelegs than elbow.
Legs quite straight when viewed from behind, moderate turn of stifle.
Well covered with hair of rich golden tan a few shades lighter at ends than at roots,
not extending higher on hind legs than stifle.
Round, with black nails.
Hair on body moderately long, perfectly straight (not wavy), glossy. Fine silky texture,
not woolly. Fall on head long, rich golden tan, deeper in colour at sides of head, about
ear roots and on muzzle where it should be very long. Tan on head not to extend on to
neck, nor must any sooty or dark hair intermingle with any of tan.
Dark steel blue (not silver blue), extending from occiput to root of tail, never mingled with
fawn, bronze or dark hairs. Hair on chest rich, bright tan. All tan hair darker at the roots
than in middle, shading to still lighter at tips.
Weight up to 3.1 Kg. (7 Lb.)
Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault, and the seriousness
with which the fault should be regarded, should be in exact proportion to its degree.
Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the