Archive for the ‘AIREDALE TERRIER’ Category


  • the first Airedales looked completely different from the Airedales of today, they were originally known as the Waterside and Bingley Terriers, descended from the now extinct black-and-tan type terrier, the breed was later crossed with the Otterhound to make him a better swimmer, it is also said to have Manchester Terrier in its blood
  • is the largest of the terriers and stands square in appearance
  • head is long and flat
  • teeth should meet in a level, vice-like or scissors bite
  • coat colors include tan and black and tan and grizzle, the head and ears should be tan, with the ears being a slightly darker shade of tan, the back of the dog, sides and upper parts of the body should be black or dark grizzle in color
  • will usually do okay with children if it has early exposure and socialization
  • is extremely loyal, intelligent, pleasant, courageous and protective
  • height: males 22 – 24 inches (56 – 61 cm) / females 22 – 23 inches (56 – 58 cm)
  • weight: males 50 – 65 pounds (23 – 29 kg) / females 40 – 45 pounds (18 – 20 kg)
  • very hardy breed, although some may suffer from eye problems, hip dysplasia and skin infections
  • is not recommended for apartment life
  • was bred for active work, and therefore need plenty of exercise
  • life expectancy : about 10-12 years
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  • Kennel’s name / Επωνυμία Εκτροφείου
  • Breeder’s Full name / Ονοματεπώνυμο Ιδιοκτήτη
  • Registration number of FCI / Αριθμός Καταχώρησης FCI
  • Breed of the dog ( analytically if are more than one ) / Φυλές (αναλυτικά αν είναι πάνω από μια)
  • Official Web site / Το site σας
  • Contact Email / Email επικοινωνίας
  • Photo of your kennel / Φωτογραφία του εκτροφείου σας
  • Social media accounts / Μέσο κοινωνικής δικτύωσης  (σελίδα ή προσωπικό λογαριασμό)
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