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  • […] a difficulty may arise over the relative merits of two coats, one of which is the correct length though not so hard as it might be, and the other which is harder but shorter, either through having been stripped recently, or from a natural shortness. […] If the dog has been known to carry a correct coat in the past, the condition could be viewed more leniently than that of a dog which consistently bears a short coat.

    Beynon & Fisher
    The Cairn Terrier


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