We are the English Toy Terrier (Black & Tan) Club
The Only Official Club Recognised by the Kennel Club est. 1938.
Club Patrons : Ted Ellis-Jones (Brynlythe) and Ruth Kitson (Quinoa)
Club President : Richard Haynes (Eburacum)
Club Vice President : John Richardson (Reeberrich)
Committee Chair : Nick Gourley ( Witchstone)
Secretary : Lisa Dixon (Lasagesse) – email@example.com
The English Toy Terrier (Black & Tan) Club (ETTC) is the only Kennel Club registered club for the ETT. It was originally titled the Miniature Black & Tan Terrier Club (founded in 1938) in 1960 the name of the club change when then name of the breed was changed.
The club runs Kennel Club Licensed Open and Championship dog shows, social events and seminars. The club magazine “Thumbprints” is published annually and distributed to all members. Our members attend Discover Dogs and other events to promote the ETT by sharing information about this very special breed.
The club promotes and supports health testing, responsible breeding and ownership.
The objectives of the English Toy Terrier (Black & Tan) Club are:-
The English Toy Terrier (Black & Tan) 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.
The English Toy Terriers (Black & Tan) are intelligent and eager to please their owners, they are good natured and easy to train and make good family pets. Anyone wishing to share a home with one of these elegant and charming terriers would more than likely need to register their interest with a breeder and be put on a waiting list.
- 2010 – 136 puppies bred per year
- 2011 – 95 puppies bred per year
- 2012 – 126 puppies bred per year
- 2013 – 115 puppies bred per year
- 2014 – 94 puppies bred per year
- 2015 – 78 puppies bred per year
- 2016 – 102 puppies bred per year
The Kennel club provides a full list of all approved judges for the English Toy Terrier (Black & Tan) breed including all future approved CC appointments and individual judges appointment history.