The Airedale Terrier

The Airedale Terrier
The Airedale is currently the state dog of Wisconsin and is the largest of the four Badger variety of terriers. In Wisconsin Airedale terriers are: Beauceron (Young) Be tempered with dignified appearance, medium build. Bernebeuvel ( childish ) Smaller than Beauceron and with more lanky appearance. Yet show well proportioned, long muscular neck, deep chest and well sprung limbs. Chien St. Hubert (Young) The face is often too large for the dog and the long slender form lacks the structure to support a tail of relatively short proportion. He is shown occasionally and considered to be a breed of earlier development than the Airedale. Daneese (Young) The head should be large, well balanced and expressive. The eyes should be brown, expressive and dark. The ears should be high set, attentive and clean. Foxhound ( discourage ) Short legged, heavy boned, well muscled, shorthaired, intelligent and elegant. The gait is effortless, smooth and well-muscled. The Airedale Terriers are courageous, loyal and affectionate. They make fearless friends and excellent watchdogs. They are resourceful and thrive in relationships with humans and other animals. These are hardy and versatile dogs, sufficiently brave to face the many dangers of the outside world. They are happy and well-adjusted and make excellent companions. They should be considered as a family dog because of the lifespan and because of their interaction with children, other dogs and other animals. They are not needy and are not nervous or skittish. They are highly intelligent and easy to train and thrive in routines. They are rather domineering and do well with older considerate children, but children should know not to play roughly because this breed can respond unfavorably. They can tolerate older children but not younger, unless raised with them. Airedale Terriers are rather moody and may be manipulative. They are intelligent and easy to train, but they respond to rewards. They are not usuallythrochie or overly demandingdogs. rather market to enhance their beauty and let instinct be restraining; a fault common of many plastic coated dogs Airedale Terriers has a proportionately small head, large lungs and a chest as broad as that of the Aussie. The body is slightly longer than tall. The color is tan and black is the most common. There are wonderful dark russet orange tones, red and black, and the solid brown and black. The head should be very strong and square with the muzzle and nose on a level with the eyes. Brown ears and a black nose are preferred, but not essential. The body should be neither skinny nor extremely muscled. The name "Airedale" isearharted from aalties. Airedale Terriers were used adog warden in the 1800s and they were bred from Otter Hounds and Basset Hounds. They are now a pure breed. They are intelligent and very loyal. They are not necessarily high in energy and will adapt to whatever the situation allows. They are not couch potatoes! At the same time they are not bcelcers either and will arise to play when the situation demands it. They are loyal, loving and affectionate and consider their families and nature and as such they are wonderful with children. They will tend to bark at strangers, but usually only one person in a family will get bit by a "Red-bellied Cowdog" in the household. They are very sociable in a family with or without children and are not nervous or aggressive in any way. The Airedale Terrier does not have canine dermatitis in any of its DNA-sis, which is a concern of some breeders. This breed has a lifespan of 10-12 years. Airedale Terriers are the largest of the Terrier breed. They weigh between 55 to 65 pounds and stand between 23 to 24 inches tall. They are Given the nickname "Tiny doaters", because of the way that they have short high-set bodies and short-haired, soft-skinned tails. Airedale Terriers can be maintaining an eye-catching appearance, having wavy or curly hair, bold body markings and adoption to the puzzled-looking face that most people appreciate. They need regular grooming. They are often described as intelligent terriers, but this would certainly disagree with the fact that they are one of the more difficult breeds to train. Airedale Terriers are as hardy as any terrier breed, and thrive in a home cuddling and love human attention. running inside the home or going for a car ride.