Welsh Terrier

Welsh Terrier Welsh Terrier

Summary:

The Welsh Terrier was originally developed in England and was mainly used to hunt different types of game. Nowadays makes an excellent family companion that is very devoted to his master and his family.  The average height of a Welsh Terrier is 1 foot, 2 inches to 1 foot, 3 inches weighing about 15 to 20 pounds. They have a lifespan of 10 to 14 years.

Overview:

Originally bred to hunt the Welsh Terrier has the specific terrier-type temperament. He is very active, loving, devoted, outgoing and always likes to be in the center of attention. Even though he is not a big dog he is a fearless watchdog when needed. The Welsh Terrier loves all the energy demanding activities like fly-ball, Frisbee, running, swimming and many others. If he is left alone more than a few hours a day he can become bored and might become very loud and destructive. The Welsh Terrier is a great watchdog because he is very reserved with strangers and will always let you know when a stranger is approaching your property. He is known to behave well when children are around but very small children should always be well supervised when they encounter any type of dog breed because they might have the tendency to tease and no dog will accept that. Obedience training and early socialization are very important in this case and can make a big difference if you want to have a well behaved and obedient dog.

Welsh Terrier Training:

Welsh Terrier is a very intelligent dog breed. They can learn new commands very quickly which makes them quite easy to train. Usually they enjoy any type of activity so training will not be a problem for them. In fact it can be something that they will really enjoy.

Welsh Terrier Shedding:

Shedding should not concern you at all if you plan to buy this type of dog breed. In fact you will never find a hair in your house because the Welsh Terrier is not a type of dog breed that sheds hair.

Welsh Terrier Grooming:

The Welsh Terrier, like many other dog breeds, need daily exercise. Don’t worry, those needs can be met quite easy with simple walks or playing some fun games. His coat needs to be shaped two or three months and proper brushing should be done every now and then.

Welsh Terrier History:

The Welsh Terrier is probably one of the first terrier-type breeds that was developed in England but the history of this breed, like many other breeds, is uncertain. He was known in the past as the Black and Tan Wire Haired Terrier and later as the Old English Terrier. It was only in the 1885 when the Welsh Terrier was categorized into his own breed by the Kennel Club of England.

Submit a photo and/or a story of your Welsh Terrier

Leave a Reply