WELSH TERRIER puppy dogs
Very similar to the Lakeland Terrier, to which it may be related, was originated in the north of Wales in the XVIII century.
It could be a direct descendant of the black-and-fire Terrier, currently exterminated and it may owe its external aspect to the Fox Terrier with hard hair. small dog clothes
Brave and full of energy, happy, affectionate, intelligent and simple. It fears nothing and no one and is combative by nature. Less noisy and impetuous than many other Terriers. Loyal, obedient, easy to train, get alone fine with humans and is, in general terms, a good company dog. It deeply loves its family, but it can be reserved with the strangers. It needs two or three thin outs per year, or more frequently is its aspect requires it.
Abundant hair, hard as wire, black and fire or graying black and fire in color. Small, dark eyes. "V" shaped, small ears, placed forward, near the cheeks. Straight, kind of stiff tail that waves a little. Small, rounded cat feet. Short body and with strong abdominal cavity. Dog Collars
- LIFE EXPECTANCY: 14 years.
- PHYSICAL EXERCISE: Moderate.
- MAINTENANCE: Considerable.
- LEVEL OF NOISE: Noisy.
- HEALTH PROBLEMS: Some ocular problems.
- HEIGHT: 39 cm as a maximum.
- IT IS USUAL TO GET THEIR TAILS surgically CUT.
BREED RECOGNIZED BY THE CANINE INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION (CIF)