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William Edward Millner (1849-1895). This published image has been identified as being a Smithfield. The owner of the painting believes the painting represented a Beardie-like which was often called a Smithfield. Millner's last name is sometimes spelled with one "l." Courtesy E. Gallatly.

Click on the below links to read two articles written about the Smithfield.

The Smithfield Dog in Tasmania

Does the Smithfield collie exist today? A legend examined.








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