a fold. The teeth should be regular in shape, and should meet exactly ; any deviation, such as pigjaw, or being underhung, is a great fault. Ears-The ears, when cropped, should be done scientifically and according to fashion. Cropped dogs cannot win a prize at shows held under Kennel Club rules, if born after March 31st, 1895. When not cropped, it should be a semi-erect ear, but others do not disqualify. NeckThe neck should be long and slightly arched, nicely set into the shoulders tapering to the head without any loose skin, as found in the Bulldog. Shoulders-The shoulders should be strong, muscular, and slanting ; the chest wide and deep, with ribs well rounded. Back-The back short and muscular, but not out of proportion to the general contour of the animal. Legs-The fore-legs should be perfectly straight, with well-developed muscles ; not out at shoulder, but set on the racing lines, and very strong at the pastern joints. The hind-legs are long and, in proportion to the fore-legs, muscular, with good strong, straight hocks, well let down near the ground. Feet-The feet more resemble those of a cat than a hare. Colour-Should be white. Coat-Short, close, and stiff to the touch, with a fine gloss. Tall-Short in proportion to the size of the dog, set on very low down, thick where it joins the body, and tapering to a fine point. It should be carried at an angle of about 45 degrees, without curl, and never over the back. Height at Shoulders-From 12 to 18 inches. Weight-From 15 lb. to 50 lb.