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Breed Group: Terrier
Welsh Terrier

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Weight
20-22 lbs
Height
Male: 18-19; Female: 17-18 inches
Color(s)
deep tan with black or grizzle jacket
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Welsh Terrier puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Welsh Terrier Puppies
Member Since: December 2009
Location: Kalispell, Montana
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Miniature Airedales! Welsh Terriers are exactly like an Airedale Terrier only MUCH smaller. Welshies are very family oriented and love their families and especially children. They love to be with their people no matter where that may be. They mature between 17 and 22 pounds, are non-shedding and hyp...

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Anonymous asked:

10/19/2012 11:33:08 AM

10/19/2012 11:33:08 AM

I have 2 Welsh Terriers who are Brother and Sister and both get seizures. Is this common the... 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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Anonymous

Seizure's 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-owner's 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.
7/16/2014 4:09:05 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/6/2012 4:43:48 PM

10/6/2012 4:43:48 PM

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

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Anonymous

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.
5/14/2013 7:08:28 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/9/2012 10:50:00 PM

6/9/2012 10:50:00 PM

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.
7/16/2014 4:10:10 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/27/2012 6:13:58 AM

2/27/2012 6:13:58 AM

does the welsh terrier need a lot of walking.

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Yes, the Welsh Terrier needs an average of 1 - 1 1/2 hours of exercise a day.
7/16/2014 4:10:40 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/17/2012 3:00:43 PM

2/17/2012 3:00:43 PM

Are welsh terriors good with cats?

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Anonymous

No welsh terriers are not good with cats
2/23/2012 12:47:04 PM

Anonymous

if you train them at a VERY young age to be better with cats then maybe
7/14/2012 5:13:11 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/3/2011 10:48:51 PM

11/3/2011 10:48:51 PM

At what age should you start hand stripping the coat on a welsh terrier in order to keep it in... At what age should you start hand stripping the coat on a welsh terrier in order to keep it in good condition?

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Anonymous

You can start at the moment you get your pup.
7/16/2014 4:11:01 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/1/2011 8:40:55 PM

10/1/2011 8:40:55 PM

Do the welsh terrior's bark a lot? a few sites say they may be yippy?

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Anonymous

Not really....although we just lost our Welshie he was NEVER a barker. When he did there was a reason....otherwise it was just a rapidly wagging tail. (We are looking to purchase another....wonderful breed!)
12/1/2012 6:21:48 PM

Anonymous

We just lost our Welsh and she also was never a barker. If she really needed something, she would bark once to get our attention.
12/19/2014 1:19:55 AM

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4/17/2011 1:25:47 PM

4/17/2011 1:25:47 PM

I have a female Welsh Terrier that is 8 months old - when is the best time to think about having... I have a female Welsh Terrier that is 8 months old - when is the best time to think about having her spayed?

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now..........4-6 months
9/9/2011 2:46:51 PM

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3/20/2011 6:44:28 PM

3/20/2011 6:44:28 PM

Are Welch Terriers diggers? How would a Welch Terrier and Wheaten Terrier get along? Both... Are Welch Terriers diggers? How would a Welch Terrier and Wheaten Terrier get along? Both males? Male and female? We have a swimming pool. Would either breed be inclided to jump in?

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Anonymous

we have a welch and a wheaten. the welsh gives the wheaten a good run for his money... the Welsh LOVES to swim.. the wheaton.. not so much...
4/27/2011 3:07:05 PM

Anonymous

My Welshie LOVES water, but she loves it in motion. I put in a Koi Pond this year, and she LOVES stalking the fish in the pond and fell in more than once, but her favorite thing to do is "Bite" at water flowing out of the hose when I try to water the plants, or hose off the patio furniture, or refill the pond. She is absolutely NUTS about water! I suspect your Welshie would be inclined to jump in, but after trying it out, would likely be "done" with it. A swimming pool would be BORING. Water out of a HOSE, on the other hand, would be invigorating!
11/12/2011 11:47:55 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/15/2011 7:22:06 PM

2/15/2011 7:22:06 PM

Do Welsh Terriers shed at all?

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Anonymous

Saying Welsh Terriers "don't shed" is misleading. They have curly, wiry hair. When they shed, it gets caught up and twisted in their curls. That's why they require brushing and grooming. I prefer grooming because brushing curly-haired tangles is not a pleasant experience for the Welshie or the owner!
11/12/2011 11:37:33 PM

Anonymous

Hardly any dog hair to be seen. Have one welsh and had an Airdale combined over 20 yrs the best dogs , little barking , had to teach our Welsh to bark, training was so easy.
4/21/2012 5:45:55 PM

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