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Airedale Terrier
Cateii de rasa Airedale Terrier sunt cunoscuti ca si regii terrierilor. Ei exceleaza prin agilitate,
curaj deosebit si simturi ale auzului si vazului remarcabile. Sunt jucausi si prietenosi fata de
familie, dar distanti fata de necunoscuti. Originari din Marea Britanie, cateii de rasa Airedale
Terrier au excelat la vanatoarea de vulpi, bursuci, nevastuici, vidre si rate salbatice. In zilele
noastre sunt parteneri de jogging deosebit de apreciati datorita trupului atletic si energiei
debordante.
Originile rasei:
Provin din Marea Britanie unde in jurul anului 1850 au fost obtinuti din imperecheri
controlate intre terrieri negri si maro. Au primit acest nume dupa valea raului Aire din
comitetul Yorkshire. Creatorii rasei si-au dorit un terrier de talie mare si un iscusit innotator si
au obtinut un caine de vanatoare apreciat in Africa, India si America de Nord. In secolul XIX
a inceput sa fie folosit ca si caine de politie si a indeplinit cu succes misiuni in armata.
Infatisarea rasei:
Culoarea predominanta a blanii este cafeniu roscat cu exceptia cozii si uneori a urechilor
negre. Blana cateilor de vanzare Airedale Terrier este sarmoasa, aspra si dublu stratificata,
stratul inferior fiind mai moale .
Personalitatea rasei:
Sunt deosebit de inteligenti, cu o viteza de reactie nemaipomenita, receptivi si loiali. Pofta
nebuna de joaca ii face catei potriviti pentru familiile cu multi copii. Ce ii caracterizeaza pe
cateii de rasa Airedale Terrier este atitudinea rezervata si demna fata de straini, trasatura care
ii transforma si in buni caini de paza. Nu au tendinta sa fie agresivi fata de alte animale de
casa. Firi independente au tendinta de a-si proteja teritoriul si devin agitati daca se simt
amenintati.
Cateii Airedale Terrier au tendinta de a fi protectivi fata de stapan, pentru ca ei sa fie fericiti
este suficient sa fie iubiti si apreciati de catre acesta.
Sanatatea si ingrijirea:
Au o constitutie robusta si o susceptibilitate scazuta la boli. Rareori pot prezenta probleme
oculare, infectii ale pielii, displazie de sold.
Indatoririle stapanului:
Proprietarul cateilor trebuie sa aiba un caracter puternic, increzator in capacitatea de a se
impune in fata lor, sa poata combina disciplina ferma cu rabdarea si blandetea. Cateii
Airedale Terrier nu sunt cea mai buna alegere pentru un novice in cresterea cainilor. Daca
beneficiaza de o educatie corecta, lucru deloc greu de realizat fiind cei mai usor de dresat
Terrieri, cateii de rasa Airedale Terrier sunt parteneri de joaca ideali pentru copiii cu care
stabilesc o relatie speciala si sunt catei de companie loiali.
Este nevoie sa periati blana cateilor Airedale Terrier de trei ori pe saptamana, pentru a
indeparta firele de par moarte si a-i pastra aspectul sanatos si ingrijit. Nu reprezinta cainele
ideal pentru apartament, apreciaza mai mult traiul la curte, in mediul rural sau suburban in
mijlocul unei familii active, care sa ii acorde atentie zilnic.
Caracteristicile rasei:
Cap: lung, plat
Ochi: mici si inchisi la culoare
Urechi: urechile sunt mici
Pieptul: proieminent.
Coada: de obicei erecta.
Muscatura: foarfeca
Inaltime la greaban: 55-58 cm
Greutate la maturitate:
masculi: 18-23 kg
femele: 18-20 kg
Durata de viata: 12-14 ani
Culoare: predominanta a blanii este cafeniu roscat cu exceptia cozii si uneori a urechilor negre
Origin: The Airedale had its beginnings in 1853 when some working men in Yorkshire, England, mated an Otterhound with a rough-coated Black and Tan Terrier. Otters abounded in the nearby Aire and Wharfe rivers and rats were an everyday problem. Ideally, a sporting dog such as the Otterhound would be used to take on the otters, while a couple of terriers would tend to the rats. Rather than keep and feed a kennel of dogs, the originators of the Airedale elected to combine the two types to come up with one dog that could handle all tasks. Continued crosses over the next dozen years resulted in the Waterside Terrier, which later became known as the Airedale. As the breeders envisioned, the Airedale became a most versatile dog, used to hunt, retrieve, dispatch vermin, herd and guard. Temperament: Dubbed “King of the Terriers,” the Airedale maintains a steady disposition as befits nobility. It is alert and makes an excellent watchdog. A multi-talented dog, the Airedale can do well in obedience work.
Activity level: Moderate. Though its terrier heritage is evident in its demeanour, it is neither hyper nor
yappy. However, a daily walk or other regular activity is definitely recommended. Height/Weight: The average height for a dog is 23 in (58 cm) at the shoulder. Weight should be in proportion for a sturdy, well-muscled dog. Coat: The dense coat is composed of a harsh, wiry outer coat and softer undercoat. It may be crinkled or slightly wavy. Colour: The coat is tan with a black or dark grizzle ‘saddle’ marking.
Grooming: For show purposes, the coat is groomed by plucking the hairs, using your fingers and a special knife. However, for pets, clipping is the easy way to keep the coat looking smart.
LE TOILETTAGE DE L'AIREDALE TERRIER
FICHE TECHNIQUE
Comme pour tout toilettage, il est important de commencer par parfaitement démêler votre
Airedale, d'épiler puis nettoyer les conduits auditifs et de lui couper les ongles.
Il est également important au préalable du toilettage de bien observer sa morphologie de façon
à adapter le toilettage de manière à ce qu'il se rapproche le plus possible de son standard.
L'Airedale-Terrier sera épilé 3 à 4 semaines (suivant la repousse du poil) avant d'aller en exposition.
Les parties courtes seront quant à elles retouchées 2 à 3 jours avant l'exposition.
Les parties tondeuse :
A l'aide de votre tondeuse et de sa tête de coupe de 2mm, raser l'intérieur des oreilles, le sexe et les
dessous de patte. Attention, pour les dessous de patte, il est important de ne raser que les poils qui se
trouvent entre les espaces inter-coussinnets sans creuser ni les espaces inter-digités, ni derrière le
gros coussinet plantaire.
Ensuite à l'aide de votre tondeuse et de sa tête de coupe 3mm tracer une ligne verticale, de la largeur
de la tête de coupe, qui partira d'environ deux doigts au-dessus de la pointe du sternum pour
remonter jusqu'au cou.
L'épilation :
Le Dos :
Commencez par épiler le dos en partant à peu près derrière la pointe du scapulat (sans toucher
l'encolure) pour arriver un peu avant l'attache de la queue de manière à laisser un peu de poils au
niveau de l'implantation de la queue pour "corriger" éventuellement une mauvaise implantation.
Le torse et le flanc :
Après avoir épilé le dos, descendre ensuite sur les côtés en prenant soin de toujours bien suivre le
sens du poil.
La cuisse :
Après avoir épilé le dos, le torse et les flancs, descendre sur la cuisse afin de faire apparaître le
muscle fessier.
Attention de ne pas creuser au niveau de l'intersection entre la cuisse et le corps.
L'épaule :
Venir ensuite travailler l'épaule à l'épilation, toujours sans toucher l'encolure qui sera travaillée plus
tard.
Prenez soin de ne pas creuser derrière l'épaule.
L'encolure et la descente de cou :
Faire fondre ensuite l'encolure en même temps que la descente du cou. L'encolure sera adaptée à la
morphologie du chien.
La démarcation entre la partie épilée et la partie tondeuse :
A l'aide de vos ciseaux à sculpter, fondre la différence entre la partie rasée et la partie épilée de
manière à obtenir un aspect totalement naturel sans cassure.
La joue :
La joue sera également épilée très courte.
Le dessus de la tête :
Le dessus de la tête sera également épilé, soit aux doigts, soit au couteau à épiler.
L'idéal étant d'épiler aux doigts. Il est fortement déconseillé de travailler cette partie à la tondeuse.
Épilez bien à plat sur le dessus du crâne jusqu'à l'occiput puis, ensuite fondre, à l'aide des ciseaux à
sculpter la démarcation entre la partie du crâne et l'encolure afin de supprimer toute cassure.
Le dessus des oreilles :
Épilez ensuite tout le dessus des oreilles, puis à l'aide de vos ciseaux droits, travailler le contour.
Les sourcils et le dessus du chanfrein :
Travailler les sourcils et le dessus du chanfrein à l'aide de vos ciseaux à sculpter. Divisez en deux les
sourcils et aplatissez un peu le chanfrein puis dégagez légèrement sous l'oeil.
Peignez régulièrement moustaches vers l'avant.
Les sourcils seront retravaillés ultérieurement.
La barbiche :
Elle sera travaillée en forme de brique dans le prolongement de la partie courte de l'épilation.
Travaillez le sourcil dans le même prolongement, c'est-à-dire qu'il faut s'appuyer sur la joue pour faire
le coin de l'oeil.
Le dessous, suivant la morphologie, sera travaillé aux ciseaux à sculpter à la naissance de la
commissure des lèvres de manière à obtenir un fondu sans démarcations.
La finition des sourcils :
A l'aide de votre peigne relevez le poil des sourcils, puis venir doucement et très délicatement
désépaissir la pointe. L'idéal est de travailler cette partie à l'épilation aux doigts.
La queue :
La queue sera travaillée à l'épilation au maximum et devra obtenir la forme d'un tube régulier. Dans le
cas ou le poil ne viendrait pas facilement, elle pourra être travaillé aux ciseaux à sculpter .
Le dessous de queue pourra être travaillé à l'aide de votre tondeuse et de sa tête de coupe de 3mm.
Pour cela, tracer une ligne, sur une largeur de tête de coupe, qui partira de sa base jusqu'à sa pointe
sans amorcer le tour .
Faire fonder ensuite les démarcations entre les parties rasées et les parties longues à l'aide de vos
ciseaux sculpteurs.
Les Fesses :
Les fesses, comme pour tout terrier, doivent être bien plates. Bien travailler l'angulation.
Le bas des pattes postérieures :
A l'aide de vos ciseaux droits, travaillez ensuite le tour des pattes ainsi que la partie qui se trouve
entre la pointe du jarret et la pointe du gros coussinet plantaire.
Le pied doit être arrondi sans perdre de l'esprit que c'est un chien de chasse, l'arrondi de pied sera
donc à ras l'ongle.
Venir ensuite travailler la face avant de la patte postérieure en dessinant, à l'aide de vos ciseaux
droits, une belle angulation qui part du haut de la cuisse jusqu'aux genoux. Puis épointez les petites
mèches qui dépassent du genou au pied.
Le dessous de la poitrine :
Épointer ensuite le dessous de la poitrine.
Les pattes antérieures :
Épilez ensuite la face avant de la patte antérieure ainsi que légèrement sur les côtés de manière à
rendre apparent le muscle de la patte. Attention, l'épilation est là pour donner un bel aplomb à votre
Airedale mais nullement pour éliminer les poils de la patte.
Une fois l'épilation de la patte terminée, à l'aide de vos ciseaux droits, travaillez l'arrondi du pied, en
prenant soin, tout comme pour les pattes postérieures de tailler l'arrondi au ras des ongles.
Les finitions :
Procédez aux dernières finitions.
N'oubliez pas d'observer votre Airedale de profil afin d'éliminer aux ciseaux à sculpter ou au couteau à
trimer, le cas échéant les mêches qui dépassent au niveau du sternum.
Si vous décidez de laver votre Airedale, ce dernier s'effectuera toujours à la fin du toilettage avec un
shampooing spécifique pour poils durs. Une dernière retouche sera alors nécessaire après le
séchage.
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The Airedale Terrier
About the Airedale Terrier
If you often associate Terriers with a small breed, the Airedale Terrier will
surprise you. Standing an average of 23 inches high, this breed will keep you
moving with its active lifestyle and playful spirit.
Airedale Terrier Characteristics
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The Airedale Terrier is a loving breed that enjoys playing games and having
your full attention when they are puppies. As they grow older, they can
become much more independent and do just fine entertaining themselves.
Strict but not too harsh training will do well for Airedales. They can tend to
become very dominant, particularly with submissive owners, if not trained
early on.
Their wiry, thick coat covers a softer, fuzzy undercoat that gives the Airedales
their curly locks. Most Airedale Terriers will have a docked tail. The head, ears,
chest, and down the legs, should all be tan. The back is usually both tan and
black, with some mixtures of red.
Average
Weight
50-65 pounds Temperament Playful and sensitive; can
have a high dominance.
Average
Height
22-24 inches Good with
Children?
Older children are best.
Large breeds can be too
rough with young
children.
Coat Short, wiry coat
w/ a soft, curly
undercoat.
Black/Tan
coloring
Health
Concerns
Hip Dysplasia
Autoimmune Disease
Metabolic Bone Disease
Selecting Your Airedale Terrier Puppy
Thinking about adopting your Airedale Terrier? There are numerous resources
available when you are ready to start searching. Checking online is a great
place to start. Here, you can learn more about the breed, requirements for
adoption, and even search through photos of available Airedales. People that
operate adoption and rescue centers are searching for the very best home for
these dogs. They will want to get to know you and understand your needs as
well as educate you about the needs of an Airedale Terrier.
If working with a breeder is more your style, there are plenty of options for
that as well. Airedales have an average of nine puppies per litter, which makes
finding your Airedale much easier. Breeders can be located by searching the
Internet, checking with a local vet, or even talking with someone who already
owns an Airedale and obtaining a personal referral. Just like adoption and
rescue owners, breeders care a great deal about their dogs and want to
ensure the best home for them.
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If you contact a breeder before a litter is born, make an appointment to stop
by and see the Airedale parents. Many breeders will take a deposit in advance
to reserve your puppy, once it is born. It’s also a good idea to visit more than
one breeder just to compare and be sure that you are getting the best
Airedale Terrier.
A Few Words About Adoption
Every year, thousands of animals are either captured or turned in by their
owners to be adopted. These pets can make wonderful companions and
desire a loving home to call their own. When considering adoption, you
should chose an animal shelter or rescue in your nearby community that you
trust and one that has a long-standing reputation for providing exceptional
care to the animals. Shelters that have an on-site vet clinic are a plus. Many facilities will require the pet to be spayed or neutered before the adoption is
complete. This fee will be included in the adoption costs.
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A Few Words About Breeders
Some people prefer that their Airedale Terrier come from a reputable breeder.
This can be the best choice for owners wishing to show their dog or become
breeders themselves. Breeders can provide you with a wealth of knowledge
including health issues, family history, and the various breed characteristics. Airedale Terrier breeders can easily be found by going to the AKC website and
searching by location. You can also search newspaper classifieds or locate
breeder websites on the Internet. You should have a list of questions ready to
ask the breeder when you visit or call. It is good to inquire about the length of
time the breeder has been in business, if the parents will be available for you
to see, and what kind of health guarantees and records will be provided.
Expect a good breeder to have several questions for you as well such as the
environment in which the dog will reside and how much time you will be able
to spend with the dog.
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• Toothbrush
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• Dog Bed
• Food Dish
• Squeaky Toy
• Dry Food
• Collar
Purchasing your Airedale Terrier from a breeder or adopting are both good
choices. You need to be sure to do your research first and to avoid making a
quick decision based on immediate availability. Sometimes it is better to build
a relationship first with a chosen breeder and plan for an upcoming litter.
EXPERT TIP
Selecting a Crate
A dog should be able to stand and turn around inside a closed crate. If you have
a puppy, consider the average height and
weight and choose a crate based on
those specifications. The average size of
an adult Airedale Terrier 50 lbs and 22
inches tall. Choose a sturdy steel or plastic crate for medium sized breeds.
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How to Choose your Airedale Terrier
Whether you choose to purchase your new Airedale Terrier directly from a breeder or go through the adoption/rescue process, you’ll be sure to make a
new best friend right away. If you are purchasing a new puppy, it is always a great advantage to see the
majority of the litter. Spend some time observing the puppies and their
interaction with one another and with you. While it can be difficult to predict
the behavior of your Airedale Terrier in the future, some of these early
characteristics can be signs of whether they will be overly dominant. Some
people who like larger breeds, yet want the in-between, might prefer the
smallest of the litter. This will give you a chance to compare sizes.
With older Airedale Terriers, look for proper coloring and markings, a well-
kept coat, and good dental hygiene. Talk with the previous owner or guardian
about the current diet and any behavioral issues or past injuries that you
should be made aware of. If your Airedale Terrier has had a history of neglect
or abuse, you will want to know this so that you are sensitive in your discipline
and responses.
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Bringing Your Airedale Terrier Home
Airedale Terriers are large dogs that need plenty of room to run and exercise. If your yard is fenced, check that it is secure and that there are no areas where the dog can easily escape. All it takes is a teasing chipmunk to put your Airedale on the chase, right out that loose gate. Both puppies and adult dogs will require the basics that can be obtained from your local pet store. Some things to have on hand are:
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• Dog or puppy food
• Collar/Leash (take with you when you pick up your new Airedale)
Can’t miss gifts for the Airedale Terrier owner:
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• Decorative Coffee Mug
• Dog Training Guide
• Blank Dog Themed Note Cards
• Grooming supplies (a pin brush works best; sensitive skin shampoo)
• Crate
• Various chew toys
• Treats
Dog doors are always nice but not required. They come in handy for adult dogs that have to be home for long periods of time, or senior dogs that need to visit the yard more frequently.
The Airedale Terrier Pup
Each stage of your pet’s life is characterized by special needs. Puppies’ lives are full of learning experiences. Enjoy the time you spend with your puppy by using chew toys or balls to keep your puppy active and knowing that each time that you use these toys, you are training your pet. It is always a good idea to enroll your Airedale in a training class. A new pet owner has as much to learn as the new pet does of its owner. If you set boundaries when the puppy is young and always use a loving hand and voice with your pet, your Airedale Terrier pup will learn good habits, unlike a puppy not played with or taught what is acceptable by its owner.
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The Airedale Terrier Adult
Items to suit your senior Airedale Terrier:
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• Orthopedic Bed
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If you’ve raised your Airedale Terrier from a puppy, your now adult should be well-trained and obedient, right? Well, hopefully. Airedales take a lot of patience in training. If you’ve grown frustrated, don’t give up! There are numerous books and other resources available as well as professional trainers that are educated to know all the tricks for this breed.
When brushing the coat becomes difficult or the skin is very dry, you may need to consider an alternative food with more oils in it. There are also liquid additives available through your pet store, if your Airedale won’t switch foods.
The Airedale Terrier Senior
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Continued regular exercise and attention are what older dogs need most. Your Airedale Terrier still needs just as much love and attention as it did in the very beginning. Dental care can become important, as your pet ages. Be sure to continue with regular visits to your vet to monitor potential health issues. The life expectancy for this breed is around 10-12 years. © 2006 Cheap Pet Store, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Looking Back at the Airedale Terrier
Explore the Airedale Terrier dog breed’s history from its origins to the standard in 1916.
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information evolves and only the most current advice should be followed.
The Airedale Terrier dog breed was originally bred from a cross between one of the old rough-coated Scotch Terrier and
Bull Terrier. What is meant by the old Scotch Terrier is a dog weighing from 12 to 20 lbs; with a bluish-grey back and tanned
legs, with a very hard and coarse coat. This cross, of course, did not produce a large dog, neither had the dog a very keen
nose, so it was then crossed with another hound, thus producing a large, ungainly dog, with big “falling” ears, and very soft
coat.
This was then crossed and recrossed, first with the original cross, and then with the Bull Terrier to produce a good terrier ear
and good feet. This again was crossed with the other hound, neither having such a soft coat, but possessing a good nose
for hunting, and a fondness for water as well as great gameness, both from the Bull Terrier blood as well as from the Hound.
Then this was crossed with Bull Terrier again, and then the offspring crossed and recrossed with the terrier till it was brought
up to the present standard.
You will find that a great many of the Airedale Terriers of the day are dogs of ungainly appearance, with big hound ears and
narrow long heads, also flat-sided and very badly built behind, as well as with a great weakness about the pasterus, causing
the joint to give, and thus pressing the foot out sideways. This dog breed was originally started about 60 years ago by
workingmen about Leeds, Shipley, Otley, Bingley, altho many people had them, and in all the towns and villages in the
valley of the Aire, hence the name Airedale Terrier.
Airedle Terriers were used by them for water-side hunting after rats, waterheas, ducks, and in fact for anything that might
turn up. They are also used for porching hares and rabbits, the gates in the field being quietly netted, and the dog sent in to
“seek up.” He would hunt the entire field over without ever a whimper, if properly trained to it. If broken to the gun Airedale
Terriers are one of the best sporting dogs out, as they will hunt, retrieve, and set and carry either “fur or feather” without
hardly a mark, and get, if told, will chase and kill and almost catch anything, and they are game to the core.
The Airedale Terrier Dog Breed Standard
Head—Long, with flat skull, not too broad between the ears and narrowing slightly to the eyes, free from wrinkle. Stop hardly
visible, and cheeks free from fullness. Jaw deep and powerful, well filled up before the eyes, lips tight. Ears V shaped with a
side carriage, small but not out of proportion to the size of the dog. The nose black. The eyes small and dark in color, not
prominent, but full of Terrier expression. The teeth strong and level.
Neck—Should be of moderate length and thickness, gradually widening toward the shoulders and free from throatiness.
Shoulders and Chest—Shoulders long and sloping well into the back, shoulder blades flat. Chest deep, but not broad.
Body—Back short, strong and straight. Ribs well sprung.
Hindquarters—Strong and muscular, with no droop. Hocks well let down. The tail set on high and carried gaily, but not curled
over the back.
Legs and Feet—Legs perfectly straight, with plenty of bone. Feet small and round, with a good depth of pad.
Coat—Hard and wiry, and not so long as to appear ragged; it should also lie straight and close, covering the dog well all over
the body and legs.
Airedale Terrier Personality
Known as the “King of Terriers,” the Airedale Terrier is a confident and intelligent dog breed that enjoys spending
time with his family.
Bardi McLennan
June 13, 2012
The Airedale Terrier is a good-sized dog with a large personality. Two traits common to this dog breed go hand in hand:
self-confidence and the desire to dominate. The Airedale Terrier is also fearless to a fault, stoic, loyal, tenacious, intensely
curious, intelligent and has a lively sense of mischief.
Airedale Terriers are social dogs and need to be with the family, not left alone without anyone to follow about or to curl up
beside. If left alone and tied up outside, the Airedale Terrier will bark loudly for long periods of time.
The Airedale Terrier is instinctively a protector of his property and his family. This dog breed’s size and strong bark, which
exposes large teeth in powerful jaws, make him a formidable foe to the unwary. Only if an Airedale Terrier senses the need
to do so will he attack. Wherever the Airedale Terrier is used as a guard dog, he is trained for the job.
The Airedale Terrier is not a go-to-ground terrier for obvious reasons. This dog breed is too big to enter the den of a
hedgehog or polecat, but he can and will dispatch any prey immediately if it bolts. As any Airedale Terrier owner is quick to
cite, this dog breed’s true terrier fondness for the earth is deep. Sometimes it goes very deep—excavating huge holes in the
back yard in pursuit of real or imaginary prey!
Like many dog breeds with such innate versatility and intelligence, the Airedale Terrier is not one to submit easily to rote
training. The Airedale Terrier is persistently distracted by sight, sound and scent, whereas most other dog breeds are
governed by only one or two of these three drives. The Airedale Terrier owner needs to understand this diverse mental
energy before beginning to train.
Dog instructors used to contend that terrier dogs in general did not make good pupils, going so far as to label them “terrible
terriers” or “untrainable terriers.” Lately many enlightened dog trainers have come to realize it is not the terrier that’s the
problem, but rather the method of training. Positive reinforcement (praise for the right response to a given command) works
for the Airedale Terrier, whereas harsh verbal and physical corrections for failure do not.
Terrier dogs are all opportunists, always ready and able to move up in the family hierarchy and the Airedale Terrier probably
tops the list in this skill. From the dog viewpoint, weak leaders cannot be trusted with the safety and survival of the dog pack,
so when we say the Airedale Terrier is capable of taking on any job, that includes becoming “chairman of the board.” After
all, the Airedale Terrier knows he’s the “King of Terriers!”
Excerpt from Airedale Terrier, part of the Comprehensive Owner’s Guide series, with permission from its publisher, Kennel
Club Books, a division of BowTie Inc. Purchase Airedale Terrier here.
Airedale Terriers Become War Messenger Dogs
Check out this 1916 news piece announcing Airedale Terriers as the new dog breed to use as dog war messengers.
Dog World Eds.
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An Airedale Terrier is a shaggy, sad-eyed dog that convinced officers of the Central Department, Signal Corps. United
States Army of its superiority over all breeds as a canine war messenger.
While official authorization for the use of the Airedale on the battlefields of Europe has not yet been issued by the War
Department, schools for intensive courses in training have been established and officers say that reports from the various
camps show that the dogs have made remarkable progress.
The dogs now in training were either given to the signal corps by patriotic citizens or purchased by interested army officers.
Excerpted from Dog World, July, 1918. Vol. 3, No. 7. For back issues of Dog World, click here.
Should I Get an Airedale Terrier Dog?
Check out these 6 Airedale Terrier dog facts to find out if this dog is the right dog breed for you.
Bardi McLennan
June 13, 2012
Not every good dog owner is necessarily the right person to own an Airedale Terrier. Can you answer yes to these six
questions? If so, an Airedale Terrier might be the dog for you.
1.The Airedale Terrier is a medium-to-large dog, about 23 inches tall at the shoulder and usually weighing between 45 and
65 pounds. Are you physically able to handle a dog of this size and strength?
2. Can you cope with—and thoroughly enjoy—the Airedale Terrier’s playful and exuberant, yet strong and firm personality? The
Airedale Terrier must be persuaded, not coerced, into following the rules firmly, consistently and nicely.
3. Do you have a sense of humor? Affable and amusing as a companion dog, you will still need to go the extra mile to meet
character changes as they occur. One that comes to mind is the transition that takes place when the puppy enters
adolescence. Just keep your sense of humor and continue to be consistently firm in keeping to the house rules—it will be over
in a few months. Airedale Terriers are said to reach adulthood at about three years of age. To be truthful, some never really
do. Again, it’s part of the Airedale Terrier charm!
4. Are you patient? The Airedale Terrier is sensitive to raised voices or harsh corrections. The Airedale Terrier’s tenacious
spirit may be mistaken for stubbornness and thus mishandled. Their intelligence allows the Airedale Terrier to outwit you,
and it is not so easy to maintain discipline over a dog whose feelings you’ve hurt.
5. Are you fair, firm and consistent? Reward every well-meaning effort with verbal praise and be generous with dog treats for
jobs well done. Remember always that if you cannot control your Airedale Terrier, he will gladly—and instantly—step in and
control you.
6. Do you have a safe fenced area? This dog breed is a protector of property, but the Airedale Terrier will not necessarily
stay on his own property. Solo expeditions by these hunting dogs generally have sad endings with the traffic on our
roadways, so the suburban or country Airedale Terrier needs a safe fenced area. While this dog breed is not at its best in
the city, there are exceptions. If the Airedale Terrier owner has no yard, a strong lead and plenty of walks will have to
suffice.
If you’ve never met an adult Airedale Terrier, the time to do so is before you’ve decided on this dog breed. For good
measure, meet more than one Airedale Terrier. Attend dog shows and chat with dog breeders. Visit Airedale Terrier
breeders where you can spend time in the house or outdoors, interacting with the dogs. It’s not enough to view this dog
breed through a kennel fence.
Excerpt from Airedale Terrier part of the Comprehensive Owner’s Guide series, with permission from its publisher, Kennel
Club Books, a division of BowTie Inc. Purchase Airedale Terrier here>.
The Airedale Terrier in Brief
This Dog World article from 1923 proves that the Airedale Terrier has always been one of America’s favorite family
dogs.
Dog World Eds.
June 26, 2012
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magazine. This content remains in its original form and reflects the language and views of its time. Health and behavior
information evolves and only the most current advice should be followed.
“The first Airedale Terriers were imported from England about 1897 or 1898, and are now becoming one of the foremost
types with hunters and dog fanciers in this country. He is a general purpose dog, and can be taught to do anything a dog
can learn; as a hunter he has no superior, and his wonderful popularity in the West is due to his aid to the huntsman of big
game, being possessed of a marvelous nose, a powerful physique, and the agility of a cat. This coupled with the grit of
equal to a Pit Bull dog, without the quarrelsome disposition, has won him friends with everybody.
The Airedale takes to water like a muskrat, and many of them dive in a similar manner, being crossed in his early ancestry
with Otter Hound, and was used in England for hunting the streams as well as the thicket. As a dug dog he is considered
superior to the Chesapeake or Spaniel. His coat dries rapidly, being wiry and not shaggy. As a watch dog and companion
for children he is unexcelled, guards the home faithfully, is affectionate, kind, and very intelligent, but is not everybody’s dog,
and does not fall in love with Tom, Dick and Harry just because they pat him on the head.
“The standard size of the Airedale is about forty-five pounds, females a little less. Their color on back, being black or badger
grizzle, and tan on head, underpart and extremities. His size, color, sterling qualities and good disposition make him a
general favorite, and if anyone wishes a dog that will hunt, watch his master’s home and give a good account of himself, no
matter how tight the place, then I say, “Try the Airedale Terrier and you will find him faithful.”
Excerpted from Dog World magazine, February 1923, Vol. VIII, No. 2. For back issues of Dog World, click here.

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