Occasionally a diminutive white terrier of 31b. or 41b. weight turns up at a show, but they do not seem as yet to be looked on as worthy of distinct classification.

Those I have seen have all been too bullet-headed, but by close inbreeding of the now well established white English terrier, a very pretty class of toys might be produced, and, if bred in sufficient numbers, a class would soon be made for them at our best shows.