Silky Terrier

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Dog Ratings

5 Stars = Most Ideal; 1 Star = Least Ideal
Energy
Energy
Hypoallergenic
Hypoallergenic
Shedding
Shedding
Affectionate
Affectionate
Intelligence
Intelligence
Training
Training
Playful
Playful
Watchdog
Watchdog
New People
New People
Children
Children
Popularity
Popularity
Healthiness
Healthiness
Grooming
Grooming
Other Dogs
Other Dogs
Cats
Cats

Dog Information

Body Size:
Small
Coat Type:
Long
Price:
$500 - $600
Lifespan:
12 yrs - 15 yrs
Weight:
8 lbs - 10 lbs
Height:
9 " - 10 "
Breed Group:
Terier

Overview

The Silky Terrier is a alert, inquisitive, friendly, and joyful small dog breed that can bring a lot of love and happiness into your life. The Silky Terrier, which may also be referred to as Sydney Terrier, Australian Silky Terrier, Silky Toy Terrier, is a great small dog that you will easily fall in love with. If you want to know more about the dog you are looking into, it is best to start with their descendants, the Silky Terrier descends from Yorkshire Terrier and Australian Terrier. The Silky Terrier is a great choice of small dog for your home as they will be around for 12 to 15 years! According the the American Kennel Club, the Silky Terrier is part of the Terier breed group, which allows you to find other dogs that are similar to them. The Silky Terrier is a moderately popular dog, many owners have loved it and some have had not so pleasing experiences. If you like what you have read so far, the Silky Terrier may be the perfect small dog for you, please continue reading and you may find your perfect pet!

Body Characteristics

The Silky Terrier is a Small size small dog with a build described as fine-boned and low-set body with a wedge-shaped head and erect v-shaped ears, making it the perfect dog for your home. The Silky Terrier ranges in height from 9in up to as tall as 10in, which many feel is the perfect size for an inside dog. While weighing between 8lbs to 10lbs, the Silky Terrier may be just the small dog breed that you are looking for. The Silky Terrier is a small dog with a Long, sleek, silky, and 5-6in in length type coat, which make it a great indoor and outdoor companion. Those who are looking to buy one of the Silky Terrier will find that they are available in the colors of tan or various shades of blue.

Temperament

The Silky Terrier is a very intelligent small dog, as a result training it will be faster and easier than a less intelligent dog.
The Silky Terrier is excellent when it comes to training. It learns a lot of tricks and skills in a short time with little effort. The Silky Terrier is an extremely playful small dog that is full of energy and always ready for you to throw that ball! If you have children with lots of energy, the Silky Terrier will fit right into your family and keep your children entertained for hours. The Silky Terrier is VERY affectionate and needs lots of love and attention, you will never be lonely with this small dog in your home. The Silky Terrier is average when it comes to children, it may be perfectly fine with them or it may not want anything to do with them, it is hit or miss. The Silky Terrier is average with new people, as a result it may either love them or hate them, it is hard to tell what will make the difference. The Silky Terrier is above average when it comes to being a watch dog, it will try its best to keep your house safe. Some dogs are not meant to be with other dogs as they may react in a dangerous way, the Silky Terrier is one of these dogs. If you have cats, the Silky Terrier is not a good dog to bring it to your home as it does not get along with cats at all.

Maintanence

The Silky Terrier sheds very little, if at all, it would be a great indoor pet as it would not leave fur all over your home. The Silky Terrier is hypoallergenic and is a great dog for those who have allergies but still want a pet. The Silky Terrier will require a lot of grooming and additional cost, it can cost up to {upkeep} a year to keep this dog healthy and groomed. The Silky Terrier may get sick on occasion, just as any human, but it will be bearable and you will love your time with this dog. As with all living things, there are some health issues that we may encounter, for the Silky Terrier these issues include Diabetes, Patellar Luxation, and Epilepsy. The amount that you may spend on a dog for each year varies on the type of dog you get, the Silky Terrier can cost you about $1200 per year.

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