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    Patterdale Breed Type and Preferences
    The Patterdale Masters and Their Breed Types Preferences...

    When take a real close look at the patterdale breed, you will notice that all the key players in the breed Nuttall, Booth, Wheeler, Gould etc.. even though they would all agree that the breed not being a KC registered breed would all agree that patterdale breed is now an extremely very popular recognized breed, that said, the funny thing is, they all have their own breed type preferences which I hope to cover them all.

    Derek Wheeler:
    Derek Wheeler patterdale dogs, they are a more bully type of patterdale, an extremely hard type of patterdale, a terrier that would be more for the more experienced, this particular line is known for it's bouncing off the wall with energy type of dog and a dog that loves head to head conflict, a real scraper and maybe this is why I don't know to many that make it up in years, in character they are very much like the German Jedgterriers, as hard as nails and just wants to get the job over with and then some, a majority of them don't do well being housed up together because they are just to head strong and I believe this is because of the bull crosses that were introduced, in saying that the Derek Wheeler's earlier type dogs were very nice type of dog, less bully but unbelievably hard, personally I wish he would have kept to the older lines, but still the present lines are an interesting type, yes some of them are a little to big and find it hard to work underground, no matter what they are all terriers and some good ones at that.

    Nick Stevens:
    Nick Stevens, although no longer an active enthusiast of the breed, most definitely left his mark in the patterdale breed types, a big debate among many of the patterdale enthusiasts today is whether Nick did the breed any justice in his breed practices. The Stevens terriers were probably the most diversified within the breed, his dogs produced a wide range of types, not to be considered a bad thing within the breed because in many ways it was a great thing because it gave the terrier men a great type selection to choose from, once they had found the type of terrier that they liked would found their yards and kennels around that particular type... Nick's dogs produced an array of types ranging from extremely small, to small, some over the top in size dogs, dogs with shelly type bodies, cobby type bodies, leggy, smooth, rough and broken coated dogs, you name it, the choice was yours, he bred something to suit everyone and personally I believe that his breeding practices were very justified because he himself produced some real crackers, true belters of the breed and if you look at some of the top dogs today, many of them are carrying a Stevens dog in there somewhere.

    Brian Nuttall:
    Brian Nuttall considered by many to be the main man of the breed, and for man reasons, rightly so. Brian was there from the beginning and still today a very active terrier man who runs about 25 dogs in his yard, in looking at all the other so called masters of the breed, all of them Ken Guold, Parks, Robert Booth and Derek Wheeler, they all had the Nuttall dogs in their lines, some were happy enough to mention the dogs and others didn't want to give the man credit and came up with their own names, but regardless of the political crap, the old Nuttall stuff by was the best by far, they looked great, and did the job, Brian is breeding some smaller dogs today but still introducing the staff into the lines which in my opinion is a shame, because he started out right and when his dogs got real popular he started introducing the bull types breeds which gave birth and spawned a much bigger dog than the originals which were great but now he's again working on the size to get a smaller dog but still bringing in the Staff/bull, not that there is anything wrong in trying to improve on the breed, it's not a KC registered breed so there is room for improvement and why not Nuttall to do it or any of the grand masters and even if they were a registered breed with a set KC standard, the progress of improvement should still go on, because its one thing getting the right type but holding the type for a few generations is another thing....I can speak for many terrier enthusiasts all over the world, not just in the UK or Ireland but that the early Nuttall dogs were the better type of dog, I hear people say, Oh they were a great little dog and were as hard as nails, if only they were around today..... well I can tell you that I know of one kennel in the USA that imported the original Nuttall dogs years ago and still today, has managed to keep them straight Nuttall and managed to keep of the bull type, they have had a few introductions over they years and have been real careful in their selection, again they were all Nuttall dogs but a real credit to them because they have some real cracking dogs, it's just like looking at the old Nuttall dogs.

    Article: by Compo ...

    I will be adding more writings on all the individual terrier men below as we go...

    Robert Booth: to be continued

    Ken Gould: to be continued

    Parks: to be continued

    Harcombe: to be continued



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