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Champion bloodline, champion sired and show potential are all important if what you are looking for is just that, an Airedale Terrier that is going to be within the set standards of the breed and looks/act the part. First off, there is a large difference between a show bred dog and a pet bred dog. A pet bred dog can have all the qualities of a show bred dog, but there is the ability for the dog to be slightly outside of the standard, ie: weigh a bit more/less, height could be more/less, fur could be off, ect. However, for a show bred dog, their breeders work tirelessly to ensure that all the puppies meet and hopefully exceed the set standard for the breed. If a puppy has champion bloodlines, it means that their linage has dogs that have won because they are the most well bred, set standard of the breed at that show. Same goes with the champion sired/damed, and show potential. It all means that the work that breeder has put in is to ensure that their puppies and dogs are meeting and exceeding the standard for the breed as per the kennel club their dogs are registered in.
It could be what is called "snow nose" when a dog looses the pigment around their eyes and on their nose. But it is rare in a breed like the Airedale. It is best to contact your vet and take her in to get checked to make sure it is nothing serious.
Don’t be alarmed. It has to do with loosing pigment. Consult a vet if you are alarmed or concerned.
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You should not bring home two puppies at the same time. As a professional trainer, dog behaviorist and breeder, I can tell you full on that bringing home two puppies is not a good thing. Other than a number of behavioral problems that will occur in both dogs, you are setting your puppies up for failure in training, socialization, and bonding with humans, including yourself. Get one puppy and then after a year, get another.
I have two Airedales and purchased them from Betty Hopper out of Okla. I had them shipped by plane and it was no problem. The trainer is correct you should get one train he or she and then get another 1 year later. The first year with an Airedale if very important. The bond between them will be stronger than blood. Let me know if you need help finding a puppy. I have great success with finding great puppies and with Airedales you want to invest more time than money. The first year with the puppy will give you a lifetime of joy. As I write this both of them are by my feet and never leave my side.