This is done for a valid reason, and not only because they want to ensure that their Airedale Terrier puppies goes to good homes. Airedale Terriers need more care and attention than is given to it by the average family or dog owner. It’s not enough that you love your dog, you also need to be prepared to look after its various needs and this isn’t always the easiest of things when you have an Airedale Terrier.
This is why many good Airedale Terrier breeders will ask you questions pertaining to whether you will be suited to raise an Airedale Terrier or not. Of course they can’t stop you from getting an Airedale Terrier puppy to raise, but they can deny you any of their puppies if they don’t think you are able to handle the task of properly rearing their prized pure bred Airedale Terrier puppies.
You will also find that many Airedale Terrier breeders will ask you to sign a contract stating that if at any point in time you cannot take care of your Airedale Terrier that you will return the dog to them and not give it over to some shelter, kennel, or other person. This is because their dogs matter to them and they care about what happens after the puppies leave their care.
To find Airedale Terrier breeders might not be as easy you might wish it, and you might have to look around a little before you can find one or two Airedale Terrier breeders in your area. And if there are no Airedale Terrier breeders in your area you might even have to go further afield and find Airedale Terrier breeders elsewhere.
If this is the case then you do need to be careful about who you choose as most likely you won’t be able to scout out the breeder’s premises beforehand. This is vitally important if you want to make certain that the particular Airedale Terrier breeders you are looking at, aren’t cleverly concealed puppy mills.
When you finally do find a few Airedale Terrier breeders however who can help you to obtain your very own Airedale Terrier puppy, talk with them, learn their views on the subject of how to properly and happily raise your Airedale Terrier puppy, and then go home with your new Airedale Terrier puppy and watch as life takes on odd twists and turns that you never even imagined of before.
by Lulu Hoeller The Airedale Terrier is an AKC registered dog breed. The following article reviews the breed. The Airedale Terrier originated during the 1800’s as a hunting dog. This King of the Terriers dog breed is quite the versatile hunter and is the largest of the terrier breeds. These dogs were bred hundreds of […]
by Lulu Hoeller The Airedale Terrier is an AKC registered dog breed. The following article reviews the breed. The Airedale Terrier is considered the largest of the Terrier breed. They weigh around 55-66 pounds (25-30 kg) and are 23-24 inches (58-61 cm) tall at the withers, females slightly smaller. Coat A typical Airedale Terrier’s coat […]
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The Airedale Terrier (often shortened to “Airedale”) is a large and versatile terrier dog breed originating from Airedale in Yorkshire, England, in the UK. It is often called the “King of Terriers” because it is the largest of the terrier breeds, 50 to 70 pounds (23-32 kg). The Airedale was bred originally to hunt otters. […]