Welsh Terrier

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Dog Ratings

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Energy
Energy
Hypoallergenic
Hypoallergenic
Playful
Playful
Children
Children
Affectionate
Affectionate
Shedding
Shedding
Intelligence
Intelligence
Healthiness
Healthiness
Watchdog
Watchdog
Other Dogs
Other Dogs
Popularity
Popularity
Training
Training
New People
New People
Cats
Cats
Grooming
Grooming

Dog Information

Body Size:
Medium
Coat Type:
Short
Price:
$800 - $1500
Lifespan:
10 yrs - 14 yrs
Weight:
15 lbs - 20 lbs
Height:
14 " - 15 "
Breed Group:
Terrier

Overview

The Welsh Terrier is a alert, friendly, and intelligent small dog breed that can bring a lot of love and happiness into your life. This small dog may often be called by the name of Black-and-Tan Wire Haired Terrier, Old English Terrier, Old Reddish-Black Wirehaired Terrier, rather than its common breed name of Welsh Terrier. If you want to know more about the dog you are looking into, it is best to start with their descendants, the Welsh Terrier descends from Black And Tan Terrier. The Welsh Terrier is a great choice of small dog for your home as they will be around for 10 to 14 years! The Welsh Terrier belongs to the Terrier breed group, which allows you to easily find other small dogs that are similar to this one. Many people have found that they love the Welsh Terrier while others have not found this dog to be as great. If you feel like the Welsh Terrier may be the right fit for you, please continue reading to learn more about them!

Body Characteristics

The Welsh Terrier is a rectangular head, muzzle is half the length of the head, and cat-like feet small dog with a Medium length tail that could be the perfect addition to your family! The Welsh Terrier, or Black-and-Tan Wire Haired Terrier, Old English Terrier, Old Reddish-Black Wirehaired Terrier, varies in height from anywhere between 14in to 15in, which may be a deciding factor for many who are looking into this small dog. While weighing between 15lbs to 20lbs, the Welsh Terrier may be just the small dog breed that you are looking for. The Welsh Terrier is a small dog with a Short, wiry, hard, and dense outer coat and a soft undercoat type coat, which make it a great indoor and outdoor companion. If you are looking into choosing the Welsh Terrier to join your family, you may find it with a coat in the colors of black and tan or grizzle with black.

Temperament

For those who are searching for an intelligent dog that will listen to commands, the Welsh Terrier is the dog for you! The Welsh Terrier is right in the middle of being easy and difficult to train, so it will be able to learn the important things that it needs to know. If you are looking for a dog that is playful and will keep you entertained, then the Welsh Terrier is the dog for you. The Welsh Terrier is full of energy, which means that you will never have a dull moment with this small dog! If you want a dog that will follow you everywhere you go and show you how much they love you, then the Welsh Terrier dog is for you. If you are looking for a family dog then look no further, the Welsh Terrier is GREAT with children and will do wonderful in your home. The Welsh 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 Welsh Terrier is a good watch dog, however on occasion it may lose interest in trying to to warn you of anything suspicious. The Welsh Terrier may not prefer to be around other dogs, but it is possible with time and patience that it can grow to like the other dogs around. When it comes to cats, the Welsh Terrier it will cause you a lot of stress to bring this dog into a home with cats.

Maintanence

If you are looking for a dog that does not shed, the Welsh Terrier is a perfect choice for your home. The Welsh Terrier is great for those with allergies as it is hypoallergenic and will not affect those who have allergies. The Welsh Terrier requires a lot of grooming for its Short wiry, hard, and dense outer coat and a soft undercoat coat, you will spend quite a bit of money and time on doing this. The Welsh Terrier is above average when it comes to health, it will have less issues than some others, like the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, Daschund, or Schipperke. If you are looking to bring the Welsh Terrier into your home, some of the health problems you might have to encounter include Allergies, Epilepsy, and Glaucoma. The upkeep for the Welsh Terrier can cost you up to an estimate of $1200 each year for grooming, vet visits, food, ect.

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