|Useful Welsh Websites
|Not much has been written about the breed, but your most reliable source of Welsh Terrier
knowledge is any book written by Bardi McLennan, the doyenne of the breed in the United States.
|More Books – I love books!
|Welsh Terrier Club Of America: The parent club’s site – not updated often enough, but still the best
place to start when looking for breed information and reliable breeders.
WTCARES: WTCA’s very well-organized rescue arm. Lots of info here available dogs and the
problems and rewards of rescue WTs
Canadian breeder Pat Fleury’s site has lots of pictures and breed information, including a particularly
lucid discussion of ear setting.
Hapitails is a very successful Eastern kennel owned by the Leamans and Richard Powell . Lots of great
pictures and information.
Briggsdale: I keep mentioning Briggsdale on my website because Dick and Glenna Briggs’s original line
is behind every dog I have, usually on both sides of the pedigree. Breeders of both Airedales and
Welsh for many years, the Dick and Glenna have been good friends to me and to both their breeds.
Dick also does wonderful sculptures, as you’ll see when you visit the site.
CornerStone Terriers: Kim Ward’s first Welsh was the redoubtable Molly (Ch Rattletrap Tollgate
Moccasin), who gave her a start in the breed as co-owner with me. Kim, like me, has been mentored in
the breed by Dick and Glenna Briggs. However, unlike me, Kim and husband Malon also breed good
Airedales under the CornerStone banner.
|Art & Design
|Whether you need flames (or dogs) airbrushed onto your car, a logo, sculpture, drawing, painting or
watercolor of your dogs, consult Catherine MacMillan! An eminent breeder of Mini Schnauzers, she’s
also a talented artist.