Is it rare to find pure white staffie bull terriers without any markings?
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No. The Boston Terrier is a breed of dog. They are a small to medium sized dog that are generally black with white markings. Some may be brindle or seal colored with white markings. Dogs are mammals, which are vertebrates. An invertebrate, by definition, does not have a skeletal structure (skeleton). Basically, vertebrates have a backbone.
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What is the relationship between cairn and west highland white terriers?
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Why are Westies bred to have a white coat?
Terriers of all colours - black, brown, cream, white and brindled - were used to hunt in packs for rabbits and vermin in the Scottish Highlands. The breeds have gradually evolved to become what we know today as Scottish Terriers (black), Cairn terriers (grey, brown, cream, brindled) and West Highland White Terriers (white). Legend has it that one Scottish landowner, in the late 1800's, had a pack of terriers, and accidentally shot one of his darker coloured dogs, thinking it to be a fox. He was so devastated by the loss of his fine dog that he vowed to have all his dogs white from then on, so that he could see them easily in the fields. So he began breeding white dogs, which became known as the West Highland White terriers.