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Rasespesifikk avlsstrategi (RAS) for Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier (Norwegian)


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Rasespesifikk avlsstrategi (RAS)
for
Irish soft coated wheaten terrier
(Norwegian)
Document Source: http://www.norskterrierklub.no/Userfiles/Sites/files/RASISWT.pdf

 

This document contains breed history and health information, mentality information and statistical breed population analysis tables and charts.


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