The English Toy Terrier (Black & Tan) Club
The Only Official Club Recognised by the Kennel Club est. 1938
The English Toy Terrier (Black And Tan) Club was formed in 1938 and celebrated its 80th Anniversary in 2018. The main aim of the club is to encourage breeding and judging in accordance with the recognised standard of the breed and to do everything in its power to protect and advance the interests of the breed.
About the Breed
Often called the “ETT” for short is Britain’s oldest native toy breed.
They are on The Kennel Club’s vulnerable breed list with about 100 per year bred.
Check out our latest new including show results and general club updates
Judge Haydonn Wines has not wasted any time in writing up his critiques of the dogs he judged at... read more
The postponed ETT (B&T) Club Champ Show for 2020 was finally held in conjunction with the Leeds Championship Show... read more
Individual sections of the site provide practical details of the breed standard, breeders and puppies, health and welfare issues, judges and judges training, shows results and upcoming shows. It also includes a range of downloads, articles on the breed history written by club members, and an extensive photo archive stretching back to the 1880’s
Up and Coming Events in the English Toy Terrier diary include