Australian Terrier dog breed

Australian Terrier breed description

The australian terrier comes across as a quite smart type of breed. The dog thrives best when doing tasks that involve mental challenges.

Many dogs sheds a lot, but this is not something that can be claimed onaustralian terrier. Although frequent care of the coat is not strictly necessary, it contributes to the dog's overall well-being and prosperity.

Australian Terriers respond well to obedience training, which is why they are descirbed as a type of breed which is easy to deal with (albeit all dogs are different). A type of breed thrive in the woods, or on long air trips and is often a good companion. The dog breed appreciate exercise, but are not as demanding as many other breeds.

Some dogs can be a bit reserved and skeptical non-family members, but there exists considerable variation within the breed. They are usually loving with other dogs. The dog breed is considered as one of the more kid-friendly dog breeds, but do not forget: Young children should never be left alone with dogs. Some argue that children-friendly dog breeds don't exist, and in many ways that is a valid point. Although wolves, dogs' close relative, in contrast to this type of breed, there are still similarities. This type of breed tends to bite and nip at puppyhood, and if this occurs, one should address the problem as early as possible.

Some have argued that this type of breed bark more than other breeds, but this will probably also much depends on the dog. This is a robust dog that can tolerate cold and low temperatures nice and thrive winter and summer. If you are looking for breeds that enjoys fun activities and games, you can add this one to your list. There are not any problems associated with having these dogs in an apartment.

The dog breed's appearance: A australian terrier is a small type of breed, longhaired, with an average body type, standing ears, very short rised high tail, comparatively short muzzle, and and an interesting look indeed.

Health: The health problems for australian terriers varies and varies between individuals. Health problems that may occur are comprised of hypothyroidism, ordinary diseases and other general common diseases in dogs.

Even more about the dog breed: The australian terrier comes from Australia. Expected age will vary, but anything from 15 to 18 years is possible. The number of puppies in the litter varies from 3 to 5 puppies. The dog breed is a comparatively popular and there is still someone who advertises puppies for sale. Australian Terriers were initially bred for working the Australian Outback, and killing rats at farms.

Australian Terrier group: American Kennel Club places the dog breed in the group «terriers». United Kennel Club files the dog breed in the category «terrier». Australian Terrier has been included in F.C.I. in their dog breed database as #8 in section «Small Terriers» (3.2) in the group «terriers» (registered 1995-02-14). Also recognized by the Canadian Kennel as «terriers».

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