National Geographic : 1936 Feb
© National Geographic Society Painting by Edward Herbert Miner DESPITE THEIR BABY FACES, WEST HIGHLAND WHITES ARE AS GAME AS STANDARD SCHNAUZERS OR LAKELAND TERRIERS They have coarse white hair and were bred for the hard, dangerous job of driving foxes and badgers from rocky cairns. These plucky little dogs date back, some say, to the time of James I, son of Mary Queen of Scots. The alert Lakeland Terrier (left background) isone ofthe oldest fox-hunting varieties, but has only recently been introduced into America. In the foreground isthe Standard Schnauzer.