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Breed Group: Terrier
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Overview
The Welsh Terrier is very friendly, intelligent, energetic, and outgoing making him a wonderful companion. This breed is not as energetic at most terriers, however is lively and makes a great catch companion.
Character
The Welsh Terrier has a great sense of humor and makes a good child's companion, given the child knows how to properly handle a dog with this level of energy. Long legged, this breed is an excellent jumper/hopper and will be sure to give everyone a good laugh.

Does your Welsh Terrier bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
Intelligent, sweet, lively, and eager to please, the Welsh Terrier does well in a family environment. He is generally good around children providing the children to not overly pester, and does well with other animals. This breed should always be properly socialized at an early age.
Care
The Welsh Terrier should have at least weekly brushing to remove loose or dead hair. Regular bathing is not necessary, however a wipe down with a damp or dry washcloth should remove most dirt, if any. The beard of this breed should be cleaned regularly.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The Welsh Terrier has a very short coat. Resembling the coat of the Airedale Terrier, it is short, dense, hard, and wiry. The coat should always be close and abundant on this breed.
Training
Being a terrier and of high energy, this breed should always have a variety of training methods. A firm yet gentle hand is a must, and the handler should always remain consistent. Given the proper training, this breed does very well in obedience, agility, and flyball. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Welsh Terrier puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
The Welsh Terrier is a very energetic breed, however he does do well in a home environment. A small yard is best as this breed loves to play catch and would do well in a fenced in yard. However, he can do well without a yard if given sufficient exercise. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
20-22 lbs
Height
Male: 18-19; Female: 17-18 inches
Color(s)
deep tan with black or grizzle jacket
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Welsh Terrier Ranch
Member Since: November 2007
Location: Springfield, Missouri
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Hello! We'd love to chat with you about this Welsh Terrier breed! They are truly versatile - dog freindly, kid freindly, furniture freindly :), intelligent, eager, easy to transport and they don't shed! - just to name a few characteristics. Our dogs are part of our family. In addition, we have four children, from age 2 to 11. All of our puppies are played with :). For more information, including pictures of the current litter and to reserve a puppy, give us a call, send us an e-mail or take a look at our website.

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Are Welsh Terriers a good pet for people who work during the day? Can they be alone most of the day?

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Anonymous asked:
We have had three Welch Terriers and all three of them have had tremors in their front legs. It isn't there all the time, but often enough to be noticeable. They were bred by two different breeders. Is this a common trait amongst Welch Terriers? It doesn't appear to have any debilitating effects on them, but it has always been a concern of ours. We have also heard that cataracts are prevalent with the breed. I haven't had any incidents of this malady. All of my dogs have been GREAT with children. I would not have any other breed.

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The tremors in the front or back legs is a hereditary trait that is passed down through either the dam or sire of your puppies. However, it is not something to be worried about. Many other breeds have been affected and it is considered more of a 'tick' than anything else. Most dogs exhibit the behavior when nervous or excited.

Anonymous asked:
I have 2 Welsh Terriers who are Brother and Sister and both get seizures. Is this common, the breeder says it is not genetic yet my vet says it probably is genetic. Thank you, Jim

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Seizures are not a common problem with the Welsh Terrier, so I agree with your vet in saying that it is genetic. I would get in contact with other puppy owners from your breeder and see if any of their dogs are having seizure problems as well. If your breeder refuses to see that it is genetic, then I would start spreading the word to make sure people know that it is a risk in buying his/her puppies.

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Years ago my wife and I had a Welsh terrier who had seizures. We were able to control it with a minimal daily dose of prednisone (1/2 of the dose prescribed by the vet) and she lived to be 15.

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When do Welsh terriers get their adult coats with full Color change?

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We have an 8 yr. girl Welsh Terrier. She is still changing to get a more rusted head neck legs and hips. For the most part 1 yr.

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How much does an 8-month old welsh terrier weigh?

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There is no average weight for the Welsh Terrier at such a young age. But on average, the Welsh Terrier is considered an adult anywhere between 8 months - 1 year old. The average weight for an adult Welsh Terrier is 20 - 21 pounds. So if your dog is near that, then that is fine.

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Updated: 2/12/2016