DANDIE DINMONT TERRIER
This eccentric-looking terrier is known for its fluffy head of fur and deep, dark eyes. Having been around since the 1700s, this family-friendly dog has been known to belong to every kind of dog owner, from gypsies to aristocrats. They became extremely popular in 1814 when Sir Walter Scott wrote about them in his novel, "Guy Mannering." However, over the years, they have been registered as a Vulnerable Native Breed by the Kennel Club. (The Kennel Club)
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