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Airedale Terrier Head Grooming

Airedale Terrier Head Grooming

For those of you who want to try to groom your Airedale yourself, this is an excellent video.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

Like many terriers, the breed has a ‘broken’ coat. The coat is hard and wiry. The coat is meant to be kept not so long as to appear ragged, and lies straight and close, covering body and legs. The outer coat is hard, wiry and stiff. Airedales may have an undercoat which is softer. The hardest coats are crinkling or just slightly waved. Curly soft coats are highly undesirable. Read more »


Trained Dog

Best Trained Dog Act

Britain’s Got Talent 2015 Jules and Matisse

Double act Jules and Matisse won the public vote with their adorable semi-final routine.

Matisse brings another little friend along for the final. Read more »


Welsh Terrier

Airedale Terrier Lenny & Welsh Terrier Martin

Playing in the snow.  The Welsh Terrier:

Airedale Terrier – Welsh Terrier

Although the information below, from Wikipedia applies to the Welsh terrier, having owned a number of mountain Airedale Terriers, it’s my personal belief that these traits shown below also apply to the Airedale Terrier

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

The Welsh Terrier has a typical terrier temperament. In the right hands, it is a happy, lively, and seldom shy or timid dog, but sometimes can have an attitude. Read more »


Airedale Terriers Germany

Airedale Terriers

If you’re in Airedale Terrier lover you’ll definitely like this video if not you’ll find it boring and way too long.

It looks like the Airedale Terrier is pretty popular in Germany.

Mountain Airedale

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

The Airedale is the largest of the British Terriers. They weigh 20–30 kilograms (44–66 lb) in fit condition and have a height at the withers of 58–61 centimetres (23–24 in) for males, with females slightly smaller. The American Kennel Club standard specifies a very slightly smaller dog. Larger Airedales, up to 55 kilograms (121 lb) can be found in North America. They are often called “Oorangs.” This was the name of a kennel in Ohio in the early 1900s. Read more »


Airedale Terriers California

Airedale Terriers California

Two Mountain Airedale Terriers playing at our San Diego home.

Airedales are truly one of a kind! Long love the King! Yes, the Airedale Terriers are lovely-natured charismatic dogs and really affectionate too! Plus, the Airedale is VERY smart and fun loving! Read more »


Dog Rattlesnake Safety

Dog Rattlesnake Safety

San Diego California, like most places in the Southwest has a warm to mild climate which makes it ideal for rattlesnakes.

Rattlesnakes and any domesticated animal really don’t mix. Because rattlesnakes blend in so well to the natural foliage, when walking dogs are hiking trails and even in local parks you have to keep an eye out for rattlesnakes.

Not only is it extremely painful should your dog get bitten by a rattlesnake, but there is a definite possibility for permanent injury and death. Read more »


Airedale Terrier Jump

Airedale Terrier jump in slow motion

One year old Airedale Terrier jumping on hay rolls in slow motion.

Airedales are brilliant dogs, great companions… I have two.

Theodore Roosevelt said of Airedales, ‘The Airedale can do anything any other dog can do, and at the end of the day whup him if he has to.’ They are not aggressive dogs though and are great companions… Read more »


Airedale Terrier Dog Breed

Airedale Terrier Dog Breed

Larger Airedale Terrier - Airedale Terrier Dog Breed

Larger Airedale Terrier

The Airedale Terrier is the largest and toughest of the terrier family. Its coat is dense and wiry, with a softer undercoat, and comes in both tan and black and tan and grizzle. This breed was one of the first used for police duty and has also been popular among U.S. Presidents (e.g., Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, and Warren Harding).

Airedale Terrier – Physical Characteristics

The long-legged Airedale Terrier has strong round bones that effectively combine power and agility. This enables the breed to hunt difficult game. The wiry, hard, and thick coat lies close and straight with the body, while a few hairs remain crinkled. Read more »


Airedale Terrier Snow Play

Airedale Terrier in snow

Airedale Terrier + snow = lots of fun!

Airedale Terriers just love to play in the snow. Here is a photo of my two Mountain Airedales in the snow at Big Bear Mountain in Southern California. Oakley is eight years and weights 92 lbs. Annie is about 16 months old and about 50 lbs.

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San Diego Airedale Terriers

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