|soft-coated wheaten terrier|
|a strongly-built medium-sized variety of terrier with a soft, wavy or curly, wheat-coloured coat|
soft-coated wheaten terrier
breed of dog developed from the terriers kept as farm dogs in Ireland. It was recognized by the Irish Kennel Club in 1937 and brought to the United States in the 1940s. The American Kennel Club accepted the breed into the regular classes in 1973.
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