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Welsh Terrier

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Welsh Terrier Breed Information

Description: Bold and spirited, the Welsh Terrier is similar to the Airedale Terrier and Lakeland Terrier in appearance. A true terrier at heart, they are not as hot-headed as some of the other terriers. They are affectionate dogs who have outgoing natures making them ideal family pets. Welsh Terriers are reserved around strangers, and make brave watchdogs. Welsh Terriers are a game dog-alert, aware, spirited-but at the same time, is friendly and shows self control. Welsh Terriers are intelligence and have a desire to please which is evident in their attitude. Type: Terrier

Height: 14 – 15.5 inches Weight: 20 – 21 lbs

Colors: Black and tan; also black, grizzle and tan. Coat: Abundant, wiry, hard and close.

Temperament: Welsh Terriers are active, playful With Children: Yes, usually patient with children. With Pets: Yes, if socialized from a young age not to chase.  Special Skills: Hunting dog and family pet

Watch-dog: Very High Guard-dog: Low

Care and Exercise: Brush the Welsh Terrierthree times per week, bathe when necessary. Regularly trimming of their coat is needed if showing, preferably by hand-stripping. Regular daily exercise, on or off the leash. Welsh Terriers enjoy a game of ball or a run in the countryside. Training: Welsh Terriers needs basic obedience training to make them an enjoyable companion. Give them a constant variety and remain consistent as they will try to divert you from your intentions. Learning Rate: High, Obedience – Low, Problem Solving – Medium

Activity: Very High Living Environment: An apartment is adequate if daily exercise is provided.

Health Issues: Free of major hereditary health problems.

Life Span: 10 – 12 years Litter Size: 3 – 6

Country of Origin: Celtic History: Developed in North Wales and the north of England they were used to hunt otter, fox and badgers. Their direct ancestors are two strains. The Celtic strain using the coarse-haired Black and Tan Terrier and the English strain using the Airedale and Fox Terrier.

First Registered by the AKC: 1888 AKC Group: Terrier Class: Terrier RegistriesAKC, ANKC, CKC, FCI (Group 3), KC (GB), UKC

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