Cesky Terrier

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This breed has an easy-going nature, not at all inclined to dog-like aggression. They are very loyal and make great companion animals and are a good choice for a family pet. However, they may be hard to find, as they are still extremely rare.PURPOSE OF BREED:Cesky Terriers came into being only recently, when Scottish Terriers were bred with Sealyhams and then refined. These dogs were developed to be a superb ratter and alarm dog.AVERAGE LITTER SIZE:4 puppiesÿ

Country of origin: 
Czechoslovakia
Size: 
HEIGHT: MALE : 14in (36cm) - FEMALE : 11in (28cm)WEIGHT: MALE : 20lbs (9kg) - FEMALE : 13lbs (6kg)
Grooming: 

Cesky Terriers have a long silky coat that has a tendency to wave. They require professional grooming to keep their gray or coffee brown coats in working form.

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This breed has an easy-going nature, not at all inclined to dog-like aggression. They are very loyal and make great companion animals and are a good choice for a family pet. However, they may be hard to find, as they are still extremely rare.

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