Dogs - Airedale Terrier
The Airedale Terrier originated in Yorkshire, England, where
they were bred to exterminate rats and to hunt for otters. "Dale"
means "valley." "Airedale" is the
valley of the river Aire which runs through Leeds and the wild, romantic moors where
the Bronte sisters wrote "Wuthering Heights" and "Jane
Puppies for sale
Airedale terrier pups, WESTERN CAPE,
WELLINGTON. KUSA reg, microchipped, breeding restrictions, 7 males and 2 females, aproved homes only.
Registered Breeder. Contact Marika Lombaard 0824333415, email email@example.com.
|Beautiful Airedale Terrier puppies available to loving homes.
They will all have their 2, 4, 6 & 8 week deworming, and 6 week injections (next injections at 10 weeks)
and can leave for their forever homes from 8 June 2014. They will all be micro-chipped and registered with KUSA (on contract & with
breeding restrictions). Mom and dad are show dogs, both mom and dad are imported
from Canada. Only very special homes with lots of love, will be considered.
We are based in Pretoria, South Africa. Price: R7000 (excludes flight costs). Contact : Tony Barnett 0844242142
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Airedales are the largest dogs in the terrier group.
They are the King of Terriers! The word
"terrier" comes from the Latin "terra" meaning
"earth." They enjoy digging rats out the earth!
How the different breeds of dogs originated
The good-natured, playful Airedale makes a good friend for a
child yet he will stand up to any dog who wants to start a fight.
Airedales are big dogs and like a big yard for exercise.
The coat is harsh and wiry. The dead coat
is best pulled out by
hand. Hand stripping and regular brushing help to maintain the coat. Some people
like to use clippers on the back and neck to keep the coat short but this
removes the correct wiry feel of the coat. Longer hair is left on the legs and
Colour: Black and tan, or grizzle and tan.
Height at shoulder: dogs 56 - 61 cms, bitches 56 - 59
|A champion Airedale
CH: BUXTON SPECIAL EDITION "Eddie" belongs to Daniella Pera
|The King of Terriers can be so meek! So quiet at times we hardly know he is there!
Jesus was like that - He told his friends, "Tell folk, 'Look! Your King is coming so meekly...'" Matthew Chapter 21 verse 5. Let's remember we are in the presence of a King at all times!
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