About the Airedale Terrier
Height (to base of neck): females 22″, males 23″
Weight: females 40 – 48lb, males 45 -70lb
Color: Black and tan with specifically distributed markings.
Coat: Dense, double coat that tends to crimp. Soft undercoat with wiry outer coat.
Life Expectancy: 10-12 years
Energy level: High
Exercise needs: Moderate
Breed Nicknames: Airedale
Is an Airedale Terrier the Right Dog Breed for You?
The Airedale has been bred for hunting, and they have excelled at police work and as service dogs as well. They are very smart and training should start early. They can be aloof with strangers and are good guard dogs. They need regular activity and exercise, as well as close human companionship to prevent boredom related behaviors such as digging and chewing. They are low shedders and are considered low-allergen as well.
Common Illnesses, Medical Conditions and Accidents for the Airedale Terrier
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